Detecting abnormal human behaviour using multiple cameras

@article{Antonakaki2009DetectingAH,
  title={Detecting abnormal human behaviour using multiple cameras},
  author={Panagiota Antonakaki and Dimitrios I. Kosmopoulos and Stavros J. Perantonis},
  journal={Signal Processing},
  year={2009},
  volume={89},
  pages={1723-1738}
}
In this paper a bottom-up approach for human behaviour understanding is presented, using a multi-camera system. The proposed methodology, given a training set of normal data only, classifies behaviour as normal or abnormal, using two different criteria of human behaviour abnormality (short-term behaviour and trajectory of a person). Within this system an one-class support vector machine decides short-term behaviour abnormality, while we propose a methodology that lets a continuous Hidden Markov… CONTINUE READING
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