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SmartSAM : A Multisensor Network Based Framework for Video Surveillance and Monitoring

@inproceedings{Seetharaman2004SmartSAMA,
  title={SmartSAM : A Multisensor Network Based Framework for Video Surveillance and Monitoring},
  author={Guna Seetharaman and S. Sitharama Iyengar},
  year={2004}
}
A network of multi modal sensors with distributed and embedded computations is considered for a video surveillance and monitoring application. Practical factors limiting the video surveillance of large areas are highlighted. A network of line-of-sight sensors and mobile-agents based computations are proposed to increase the effectiveness. CMOS digital cameras in which both sampling and quantization occur on the sensor focal plane are more suitable for this application. These cameras operate at… 
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