Removing nuisance in tracklet data

N. Shepeleva, T. Hoch, L. Fischer, W. Kloihofer, B. Moser. Removing nuisance in tracklet data. volume 10802, pages 08020S, DOI 10.1117/12.2325636, 11, 2018.

Autoren
  • Natalia Shepeleva
  • Thomas Hoch
  • Lukas Fischer
  • Werner Kloihofer
  • Bernhard A. Moser
BuchCounterterrorism, Crime Fighting, Forensics, and Surveillance Technologies II - Proc. SPIE 2018
TypIn Konferenzband
VerlagSPIE
Band10802
DOI10.1117/12.2325636
ISBN9781510621879
Monat11
Jahr2018
Seiten08020S
Abstract

In this article, the problem of the lack of robustness and reliability of surveillance systems through disturbing security irrelevant events such as tree shaking, birds flying, etc. is tackled. A novel scene analysis approach based on hypergraph-based trajectories is introduced for reducing the rate of false positives. The conception of hypergraph-based trajectories relaxes the notion of point-based trajectories by allowing multiple incidences between subsequent points in time. This allows a principled approach for the extraction of robust features based on bounding boxes resulting from existing 3rd party detection methods. The experimental part is based on data collected from single-view camera systems over a two-year non-stop recording in the frame of the Austrian KIRAS project SKIN1 on protecting critical infrastructure. The results show substantial reduction of irrelevant false alarms, hence improving the overall system’s performance.