Security has been raised at major public buildings in the most famous and crowded cities all over the world following the terrorist attacks of the last years, the latest one at the Bardo museum in the centre of Tunis. For that reason, video surveillance systems have become more and more essential for detecting and hopefully even prevent dangerous events in public areas. In this paper, we present a prototype for anomaly detection in video surveillance context. The whole process is described, starting from the video frames captured by sensors/cameras till at the end some well-known reasoning algorithms for finding potentially dangerous activities are applied. The conducted experiments confirm the efficiency and the effectiveness achieved by our prototype.

A prototype for anomaly detection in video surveillance context

Persia F.;
2015

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Security has been raised at major public buildings in the most famous and crowded cities all over the world following the terrorist attacks of the last years, the latest one at the Bardo museum in the centre of Tunis. For that reason, video surveillance systems have become more and more essential for detecting and hopefully even prevent dangerous events in public areas. In this paper, we present a prototype for anomaly detection in video surveillance context. The whole process is described, starting from the video frames captured by sensors/cameras till at the end some well-known reasoning algorithms for finding potentially dangerous activities are applied. The conducted experiments confirm the efficiency and the effectiveness achieved by our prototype.
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