Context-based abnormal object detection using the fully-connected conditional random fields

  title={Context-based abnormal object detection using the fully-connected conditional random fields},
  author={Jongsuk Oh and Hong-In Kim and Rae-Hong Park},
  journal={Pattern Recognit. Lett.},
Abstract The contextual information plays an important role in computer vision, particularly in object detection and scene understanding. The existing contextual models use only the relationship between normal objects and natural scenes, and thus there still remains a difficult problem in detection of abnormal objects. This paper proposes an abnormal object detection model using the fully-connected conditional random fields to integrate the contextual information such as the co-occurrence and… Expand
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