4 June 2013 A low-bandwidth graphical user interface for high-speed triage of potential items of interest in video imagery
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In this paper, we introduce a user interface called the “Threat Chip Display” (TCD) for rapid human-in-the-loop analysis and detection of “threats” in high-bandwidth imagery and video from a list of “Items of Interest” (IOI), which includes objects, targets and events that the human is interested in detecting and identifying. Typically some front-end algorithm (e.g., computer vision, cognitive algorithm, EEG RSVP based detection, radar detection) has been applied to the video and has pre-processed and identified a potential list of IOI. The goal of the TCD is to facilitate rapid analysis and triaging of this list of IOI to detect and confirm actual threats. The layout of the TCD is designed for ease of use, fast triage of IOI, and a low bandwidth requirement. Additionally, a very low mental demand allows the system to be run for extended periods of time.
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David J. Huber, David J. Huber, Deepak Khosla, Deepak Khosla, Kevin Martin, Kevin Martin, Yang Chen, Yang Chen, } "A low-bandwidth graphical user interface for high-speed triage of potential items of interest in video imagery", Proc. SPIE 8736, Display Technologies and Applications for Defense, Security, and Avionics VII, 873608 (4 June 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2016027; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2016027
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