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Understanding Transit Scenes: A Survey on Human Behavior-Recognition Algorithms

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Understanding Transit Scenes: A Survey on Human Behavior-Recognition Algorithms
Visual surveillance is an active research topic in image processing. Transit systems are actively seeking new or improved ways to use technology to deter and respond to accidents, crime, suspicious activities, terrorism, and vandalism. Human behavior-recognition algorithms can be used proactively for prevention of incidents or reactively for investigation after the fact. This paper describes the current state-of-the-art image-processing methods for automatic-behavior-recognition techniques, with focus on the surveillance of human activities in the context of transit applications. The main goal of this survey is to provide researchers in the field with a summary of progress achieved to date and to help identify areas where further research is needed. This paper provides a thorough description of the research on relevant human behavior-recognition methods for transit surveillance. Recognition methods include single person (e.g., loitering), multipleperson interactions (e.g., fighting and...
Joshua Candamo, Matthew Shreve, Dmitry B. Goldgof,
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where TITS
Authors Joshua Candamo, Matthew Shreve, Dmitry B. Goldgof, Deborah B. Sapper, Rangachar Kasturi
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