1 March 2011 Composite behavior analysis for video surveillance using hierarchical dynamic Bayesian networks
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Analyzing composite behaviors involving objects from multiple categories in surveillance videos is a challenging task due to the complicated relationships among human and objects. This paper presents a novel behavior analysis framework using a hierarchical dynamic Bayesian network (DBN) for video surveillance systems. The model is built for extracting objects' behaviors and their relationships by representing behaviors using spatial-temporal characteristics. The recognition of object behaviors is processed by the DBN at multiple levels: features of objects at low level, objects and their relationships at middle level, and event at high level, where event refers to behaviors of a single type object as well as behaviors consisting of several types of objects such as "a person getting in a car." Furthermore, to reduce the complexity, a simple model selection criterion is addressed, by which the appropriated model is picked out from a pool of candidate models. Experiments are shown to demonstrate that the proposed framework could efficiently recognize and semantically describe composite object and human activities in surveillance videos.
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Huanhuan Cheng, Runsheng Wang, Yong Shan, "Composite behavior analysis for video surveillance using hierarchical dynamic Bayesian networks," Optical Engineering 50(3), 037201 (1 March 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3554372 . Submission:
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