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Anomaly Detection in Extremely Crowded Scenes using Spatio-Temporal Motion Pattern Models

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Anomaly Detection in Extremely Crowded Scenes using Spatio-Temporal Motion Pattern Models
Extremely crowded scenes present unique challenges to video analysis that cannot be addressed with conventional approaches. We present a novel statistical framework for modeling the local spatio-temporal motion pattern behav- ior of extremely crowded scenes. Our key insight is to ex- ploit the dense activity of the crowded scene by modeling the rich motion patterns in local areas, effectively capturing the underlying intrinsic structure they form in the video. In other words, we model the motion variation of local space- time volumes and their spatial-temporal statistical behav- iors to characterize the overall behavior of the scene. We demonstrate that by capturing the steady-state motion be- havior with these spatio-temporal motion pattern models, we can naturally detect unusual activity as statistical de- viations. Our experiments show that local spatio-temporal motion pattern modeling offers promising results in real- world scenes with complex activities that are ha...
Louis Kratz (Drexel University), Ko Nishino (Drexe
Added 09 May 2009
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where CVPR
Authors Louis Kratz (Drexel University), Ko Nishino (Drexel University)
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