Video surveillance and counterterrorism: the application of suspicious activity recognition in visual surveillance systems to counterterrorism

@article{Mould2014VideoSA,
  title={Video surveillance and counterterrorism: the application of suspicious activity recognition in visual surveillance systems to counterterrorism},
  author={Nick A. Mould and J. L. Regens and Carl Jensen and David N. Edger},
  journal={Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism},
  year={2014},
  volume={9},
  pages={151 - 175}
}
Video surveillance systems have become a key element in efforts by security services, the military and law enforcement to counterterrorism since the attacks of 11 September 2001. Primarily involving closed circuit television, collected using a variety of hardware platforms and software algorithms, systematic imagery analysis has typically been used as a tool for post-event forensics to identify tactics, techniques and perpetrators of terrorist attacks. Advanced video surveillance applied to… Expand

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