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|Title:||An end-to-end system for content-based video retrieval using behavior, actions, and appearance with interactive query refinement|
Graphical user interfaces
|Publisher:||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.|
|Citation:||Hoogs A., Perera A.G.A., Collins R., Basharat A., Fieldhouse K., Atkins C., Sherrill L., Boeckel B., Blue R., Woehlke M., Greco C., Sun Z., Swears E., Cuntoor N., Luck J., Drew B., Hanson D., Rowley D., Kopaz J., Rude T., Keefe D., Srivastava A., Khanwalkar S., Kumar A., Chen C.C., Aggarwal J.K., Davis L., Yacoob Y., Jain A., Liu D., Chang S.-F., Song B., Roy-Chowdhury A., Sullivan K., Tešić J., Chandrasekaran S., Manjunath B.S., Wang X., Ji Q., Reddy K., Liu J., Shah M., Chang K., Chen T., Desai M. (2015). An end-to-end system for content-based video retrieval using behavior, actions, and appearance with interactive query refinement. AVSS 2015 - 12th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance : 7301807. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1109/AVSS.2015.7301807|
|Abstract:||We describe a system for content-based retrieval from large surveillance video archives, using behavior, action and appearance of objects. Objects are detected, tracked, and classified into broad categories. Their behavior and appearance are characterized by action detectors and descriptors, which are indexed in an archive. Queries can be posed as video exemplars, and the results can be refined through relevance feedback. The contributions of our system include the fusion of behavior and action detectors with appearance for matching; the improvement of query results through interactive query refinement (IQR), which learns a discriminative classifier online based on user feedback; and reasonable performance on low resolution, poor quality video. The system operates on video from ground cameras and aerial platforms, both RGB and IR. Performance is evaluated on publicly-available surveillance datasets, showing that subtle actions can be detected under difficult conditions, with reasonable improvement from IQR.|
|Source Title:||AVSS 2015 - 12th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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