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Discrete relative states to learn and recognize goals-based behaviors of groups

  title={Discrete relative states to learn and recognize goals-based behaviors of groups},
  author={J{\'e}r{\'e}my Patrix and A. Mouaddib and Simon Le Gloannec and D. Stampouli and M. Contat},
In a crisis management context, situation awareness is challenging due to the complexity of the environment and the limited resources available to the security forces. The different emerging threats are difficult to identify and the behavior of the crowd (separated in groups) is difficult to interpret and manage. In order to solve this problem, the authors propose a method to detect threat and understand the situation by analyzing the collective behavior of groups inside the crowd and detecting… Expand
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