Robust Behavior Recognition in Intelligent Surveillance Environments
AbstractIntelligent surveillance systems have been studied by many researchers. These systems should be operated in both daytime and nighttime, but objects are invisible in images captured by visible light camera during the night. Therefore, near infrared (NIR) cameras, thermal cameras (based on medium-wavelength infrared (MWIR), and long-wavelength infrared (LWIR) light) have been considered for usage during the nighttime as an alternative. Due to the usage during both daytime and nighttime, and the limitation of requiring an additional NIR illuminator (which should illuminate a wide area over a great distance) for NIR cameras during the nighttime, a dual system of visible light and thermal cameras is used in our research, and we propose a new behavior recognition in intelligent surveillance environments. Twelve datasets were compiled by collecting data in various environments, and they were used to obtain experimental results. The recognition accuracy of our method was found to be 97.6%, thereby confirming the ability of our method to outperform previous methods. View Full-Text
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Batchuluun, G.; Kim, Y.G.; Kim, J.H.; Hong, H.G.; Park, K.R. Robust Behavior Recognition in Intelligent Surveillance Environments. Sensors 2016, 16, 1010.
Batchuluun G, Kim YG, Kim JH, Hong HG, Park KR. Robust Behavior Recognition in Intelligent Surveillance Environments. Sensors. 2016; 16(7):1010.Chicago/Turabian Style
Batchuluun, Ganbayar; Kim, Yeong G.; Kim, Jong H.; Hong, Hyung G.; Park, Kang R. 2016. "Robust Behavior Recognition in Intelligent Surveillance Environments." Sensors 16, no. 7: 1010.
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