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Mei, X. and Ling, H. (2009) Robust Visual Tracking Using l1 Minimization. IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV), Kyoto, 29 September-2 October 2009, 1436-1443.

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  • TITLE: Multi-Dimension Support Vector Machine Based Crowd Detection and Localisation Framework for Varying Video Sequences

    AUTHORS: Manoharan Mahalakshmi, Radhakrishnan Kanthavel, Divakaran Thilagavathy Dinesh

    KEYWORDS: Multiple Support Vector Machine, Crowd Detection, Motion Blur, Collaborative Model, Gaber Feature

    JOURNAL NAME: Circuits and Systems, Vol.7 No.11, September 8, 2016

    ABSTRACT: In this paper, we propose a novel method for anomalous crowd behaviour detection and localization with divergent centers in intelligent video sequence through multiple SVM (support vector machines) based appearance model. In multi-dimension SVM crowd detection, many features are available to track the object robustly with three main features which include 1) identification of an object by gray scale value, 2) histogram of oriented gradients (HOG) and 3) local binary pattern (LBP). We propose two more powerful features namely gray level co-occurrence matrix (GLCM) and Gaber feature for more accurate and authenticate tracking result. To combine and process the corresponding SVMs obtained from each features, a new collaborative strategy is developed on the basis of the confidence distribution of the video samples which are weighted by entropy method. We have adopted subspace evolution strategy for reconstructing the image of the object by constructing an update model. Also, we determine reconstruction error from the samples and again automatically build an update model for the target which is tracked in the video sequences. Considering the movement of the targeted object, occlusion problem is considered and overcome by constructing a collaborative model from that of appearance model and update model. Also if update model is of discriminative model type, binary classification problem is taken into account and overcome by collaborative model. We run the multi-view SVM tracking method in real time with subspace evolution strategy to track and detect the moving objects in the crowded scene accurately. As shown in the result part, our method also overcomes the occlusion problem that occurs frequently while objects under rotation and illumination change due to different environmental conditions.