Unified Camera Tamper Detection Based on Edge and Object Information
AbstractIn this paper, a novel camera tamper detection algorithm is proposed to detect three types of tamper attacks: covered, moved and defocused. The edge disappearance rate is defined in order to measure the amount of edge pixels that disappear in the current frame from the background frame while excluding edges in the foreground. Tamper attacks are detected if the difference between the edge disappearance rate and its temporal average is larger than an adaptive threshold reflecting the environmental conditions of the cameras. The performance of the proposed algorithm is evaluated for short video sequences with three types of tamper attacks and for 24-h video sequences without tamper attacks; the algorithm is shown to achieve acceptable levels of detection and false alarm rates for all types of tamper attacks in real environments. View Full-Text
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Lee, G.-B.; Lee, M.-J.; Lim, J. Unified Camera Tamper Detection Based on Edge and Object Information. Sensors 2015, 15, 10315-10331.
Lee G-B, Lee M-J, Lim J. Unified Camera Tamper Detection Based on Edge and Object Information. Sensors. 2015; 15(5):10315-10331.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lee, Gil-beom; Lee, Myeong-jin; Lim, Jongtae. 2015. "Unified Camera Tamper Detection Based on Edge and Object Information." Sensors 15, no. 5: 10315-10331.