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Chaotic Invariants of Lagrangian Particle Trajectories for Anomaly Detection in Crowded Scenes

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Chaotic Invariants of Lagrangian Particle Trajectories for Anomaly Detection in Crowded Scenes
A novel method for crowd flow modeling and anomaly detection is proposed for both coherent and incoherent scenes. The novelty is revealed in three aspects. First, it is a unique utilization of particle trajectories for modeling crowded scenes, in which we propose new and efficient representative trajectories for modeling arbitrarily complicated crowd flows. Second, chaotic dynamics are introduced into the crowd context to characterize complicated crowd motions by regulating a set of chaotic invariant features, which are reliably computed and used for detecting anomalies. Third, a probabilistic framework for anomaly detection and localization is formulated. The overall work-flow begins with particle advection based on optical flow. Then particle trajectories are clustered to obtain representative trajectories for a crowd flow. Next, the chaotic dynamics of all representative trajectories are extracted and quantified using chaotic invariants known as maximal Lyapunov exponent and correl...
Shandong Wu, Brian E. Moore, and Mubarak Shah
Added 05 Apr 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where CVPR
Authors Shandong Wu, Brian E. Moore, and Mubarak Shah
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