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An Intelligent Video Surveillance Framework for Remote Monitoring

@inproceedings{Sivarathinabala2013AnIV,
  title={An Intelligent Video Surveillance Framework for Remote Monitoring},
  author={M. Sivarathinabala and S. Abirami},
  year={2013}
}
Video Surveillance has been used in many applications including elderly care and home nursing etc. This paper intends to develop an intelligent video surveillance system to enable remote monitoring of real time scenarios. This system introduces intelligent analysis of single person activity to enhance the security system in home and also enriches the current video surveillance systems through an automatic identification of abnormal behavior of the person. The relevant data is recorded and alert… 

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