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2006
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Visual surveillance by dynamic visual attention method
This paper describes a method for visual surveillance based on biologically motivated dynamic visual attention in video image sequences. Our system is based on the extraction and ...
María T. López, Antonio Ferná...

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9 years 5 months ago
Guiding Visual Surveillance by Tracking Human Attention
We describe a novel method for directing the attention of an automated surveillance system. Our starting premise is that the attention of people in a scene can be used as an indica...
Ben Benfold and Ian Reid
ICIP
2007
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Motion Detection using a Model of Visual Attention
Motion detection and estimation are known to be important in many automated surveillance systems. It has drawn significant research interest in the field of computer vision. This ...
Shijie Zhang, Fred Stentiford

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9 years 11 months ago
Visual Surveillance: Dynamic Behavior Analysis at Multiple Levels
New cameras are installed daily all around the world. Hence it becomes increasingly important to develop methods for reducing the manual effort that is still required for video ana...
Michael D. Breitenstein
CVPR
2005
IEEE
11 years 17 days ago
Statistical Cue Integration for Foveated Wide-Field Surveillance
Reliable detection of human activity is an unsolved problem. The main is that low resolution and the unconstrained nature of realistic environments and human behaviourmakeform cue...
Simon J. D. Prince, James H. Elder, Yuqian Hou, Mi...
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