INTELLIGENT ANALYZER FOR UNATTENDED OBJECT DETECTION
Keywords:Video Surveillance System, CCTV, Unattended Object, Object Detection, Background Subtraction
In recent year’s surveillance system have become more popular in the field of computer vision. An object which is left at a particular place under surveillance and unattended over a period of time is called unattended object. Places like airports, railway stations, big shopping malls etc. where there is potentially high security threat detecting unattended object is a very important. The main aim of project is to develop intelligent vision based analyserbased on MATLAB using Image processing for unattended object detection.The detection is based on a simple mathematical model and works efficiently. The pre-processing involves a dual-time background subtraction algorithm which dynamically updates two sets of background, one after a very short interval and the other after a relatively longer duration. The framework of the proposed algorithm is based on the Approximate Median model.
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