Development of Abandoned Object Detection Based on Region of Interest Method

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Volume - 8 Issue - 6
Year of Publication : 2018
AuthorsDr.V.Vivek, Dr.P.Senthil Pandian, S.Durai Pandi, B.Sivananthan, K.Peer Mohammed

MLA

MLA Style: Dr.V.Vivek, Dr.P.Senthil Pandian, S.Durai Pandi, B.Sivananthan, K.Peer Mohammed "Development of Abandoned Object Detection Based on Region of Interest Method" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 8.6 (2018): 1-6.

APA Style: Dr.V.Vivek, Dr.P.Senthil Pandian, S.Durai Pandi, B.Sivananthan, K.Peer Mohammed (2018). Development of Abandoned Object Detection Based on Region of Interest Method. International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 8(6), 1-6.

Abstract

Abandoned object detection is a vital demand in several video police work contexts. This implementation is easy beside reusable in contrast to existing techniques. Video segmentation is completed that converts the input video into range of frames. Objects foreign to a usual surroundings are extracted victimisation background subtraction. The Region of Interest (ROI) is extracted, so eliminating video are that are unlikely to contain abandoned objects. The method of blob detection computes statistics of the thing. Morphological shut system is formed to fill in tiny gaps within the detected objects. This paper is employed to observe abandoned and purloined objects. the main target is to work out static regions that have recently modified within the prospect by activity background subtraction. The projected work will observe abandoned objects beside is capable of activity this in period of time and provides additional correct results.

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Keywords
Object Detection, Video Surveillance, Video Event Detection, Region of Interest (ROI).