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Crowd Pedestrian Counting Considering Network Flow Constraints in Videos

  title={Crowd Pedestrian Counting Considering Network Flow Constraints in Videos},
  author={Liqing Gao and Yanzhang Wang and Xin Ye and Jian Wang},
A quadratic programming method with network flow constraints is proposed to improve crowd pedestrian counting in video surveillance. Most of the existing approaches estimate the number of pedestrians within one frame, which result in inconsistent predictions in temporal domain. In this paper, firstly, we segment the foreground of each frame into different groups, each of which contains several pedestrians. Then we train a regression-based map from low level features of each group to its person… 

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