Temporal Unknown Incremental Clustering Model for Analysis of Traffic Surveillance Videos

  title={Temporal Unknown Incremental Clustering Model for Analysis of Traffic Surveillance Videos},
  author={Kelathodi Kumaran Santhosh and Debi Prosad Dogra and Partha Pratim Roy},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems},
Optimized scene representation is an important characteristic of a framework for detecting abnormalities on live videos. One of the challenges for detecting abnormalities in live videos is real-time detection of objects in a non-parametric way. Another challenge is to efficiently represent the state of objects temporally across frames. In this paper, a Gibbs sampling-based heuristic model referred to as temporal unknown incremental clustering has been proposed to cluster pixels with motion… 

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