Video Surveillance: Analyzing People’s Movements in a Closed Environment

Boutaina Hdioud(1*), Mohammed El Haj Tirari(2), Rachid Oulad Haj Thami(3)

(1) RIITM Research group, ENSIAS, Mohammed V Souissi University, Rabat, Morocco., Morocco
(2) National Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics, Rabat, Morocco., Morocco
(3) RIITM Research group, ENSIAS, Mohammed V Souissi University, Rabat, Morocco., Morocco
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Abstract


In this paper, we developed a method for tracking multiple people in a closed environment based on the feed of a surveillance camera. Monitoring the evolution of the position of people in real time has enabled us to get information on areas occupied by each person in a scene. In addition, to consolidate the trajectories obtained in homogeneous classes, we proposed a new algorithm which allows to adapt the hierarchical classification technique (CHA) and the K-Means technique in cases of similarity measures between trajectories 

 


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Tracking Trajectories; GMM; Clustering; CHA; K-Means

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