Adaptive background modelling technique for moving object detection in video under dynamic environment

  title={Adaptive background modelling technique for moving object detection in video under dynamic environment},
  author={Dileep Kumar Yadav and Karan Singh},
  journal={International Journal of Spatio-Temporal Data Science},
  • D. Yadav, Karan Singh
  • Published 1 February 2019
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Spatio-Temporal Data Science
This work proposes a novel method for detection of motion based object having dynamic scenario in the background. The suggested scheme has a strong potential for real-time applications especially for rafting, river, sea-beach, swimming pools, ponds, etc. Apart from these, this work is very beneficial for surveillance of border, tunnel, traffic in the sea, forest, restricted zones, deep zones, etc. This work develops a statistical p based background subtraction method and implemented in three… 
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