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Feature Mining for Localised Crowd Counting

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Feature Mining for Localised Crowd Counting
This paper presents a multi-output regression model for crowd counting in public scenes. Existing counting by regression methods either learn a single model for global counting, or train a large number of separate regressors for localised density estimation. In contrast, our single regression model based approach is able to estimate people count in spatially localised regions and is more scalable without the need for training a large number of regressors proportional to the number of local regions. In particular, the proposed model automatically learns the functional mapping between interdependent low-level features and multi-dimensional structured outputs. The model is able to discover the inherent importance of different features for people counting at different spatial locations. Extensive evaluations on an existing crowd analysis benchmark dataset and a new more challenging dataset demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach.
Ke Chen, Chen Change Loy, Shaogang Gong, Tao Xiang
Added 22 Jul 2012
Updated 22 Jul 2012
Type Conference
Year 2012
Where BMVC
Authors Ke Chen, Chen Change Loy, Shaogang Gong, Tao Xiang
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