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Real-time Control of Video Surveillance Systems with Program Supervision Techniques

Abstract : In this article, we describe a knowledge-based controlled platform using program supervision techniques. This platform eases the creation and the configuration of video surveillance systems. Several issues need to be addressed to provide a correct system configuration: (1) to choose, among a library of programs, those which are best satisfying a given user request, (2) to assign a correct value for each program parameter, (3) to evaluate performances and to guarantee a performance rate which is satisfactory regarding end-user requirements. This platform is composed of three main components: the library of programs, the knowledge base and the control component. The knowledge is either given by experts or learnt by the system. The control is generic in the sense that it is independent of any application. To validate this platform, we have built and evaluated six video surveillance systems which are featured with three properties: adaptability, reliability and real-time processing.
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Benoit Georis, François Bremond, Monique Thonnat. Real-time Control of Video Surveillance Systems with Program Supervision Techniques. Machine Vision and Applications, 2007, 18, pp 189-205. ⟨inria-00502779⟩



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