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Java Implementation based Heterogeneous Video Sequence Automated Surveillance Monitoring
Sankari M, Bremananth R, Ahmad Sharieh
Pages - 31 - 47     |    Revised - 05-04-2013     |    Published - 30-04-2013
Volume - 7   Issue - 1    |    Publication Date - April 2013  Table of Contents
Anomalous Events Detection, Background Subtraction, Frame Extraction, Foreground Detection, Surveillance
Automated video based surveillance monitoring is an essential and computationally challenging task to resolve issues in the secure access localities. This paper deals with some of the issues which are encountered in the integration surveillance monitoring in the real-life circumstances. We have employed video frames which are extorted from heterogeneous video formats. Each video frame is chosen to identify the anomalous events which are occurred in the sequence of time-driven process. Background subtraction is essentially required based on the optimal threshold and reference frame. Rest of the frames are ablated from reference image, hence all the foreground images paradigms are obtained. The co-ordinate existing in the deducted images is found by scanning the images horizontally until the occurrence of first black pixel. Obtained coordinate is twinned with existing co-ordinates in the primary images. The twinned co-ordinate in the primary image is considered as an active-region-of-interest. At the end, the starred images are converted to temporal video that scrutinizes the moving silhouettes of human behaviors in a static background. The proposed model is implemented in Java. Results and performance analysis are carried out in the real-life environments.
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Miss Sankari M
Information Systems and Technology Department, Sur University College, Su - Oman
Miss Bremananth R
Information Systems and Technology Department, Sur University College, Su - Oman
Mr. Ahmad Sharieh
Information Systems and Technology Department, Sur University College, Su - Oman