The most important requirements for a video surveillance system are efficiency and effectiveness. In fact, it has to be fast in detecting a potentially dangerous event in real time, but it has also not to miss any of them. However, it would be even better if a system could detect dangerous events even before they actually occur. For that reason, in this paper we propose a very fast approach for learning and predicting event sequences in a surveillance context, that can also be applied to a robotic platform for improving the whole monitoring process. Preliminary experiments confirm that the proposed approach is very promising.

Fast Learning and Prediction of Event Sequences in a Robotic System

Persia F.
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2020

Abstract

The most important requirements for a video surveillance system are efficiency and effectiveness. In fact, it has to be fast in detecting a potentially dangerous event in real time, but it has also not to miss any of them. However, it would be even better if a system could detect dangerous events even before they actually occur. For that reason, in this paper we propose a very fast approach for learning and predicting event sequences in a surveillance context, that can also be applied to a robotic platform for improving the whole monitoring process. Preliminary experiments confirm that the proposed approach is very promising.
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