Journal article Open Access

Improved Accuracy of Suspicious Activity Detection in Surveillance Video

S. S. Gurav; B. B. Godbole; M. S. Sonale

Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication (BEIESP)

Suspicious activity detection from surveillance video is the main objective of the work presented in this paper. The method developed consist of various stages of suspicious frame detection, and verifying the frame for suspicious activity related analysis of human movements within obtained set of suspicious frames. The method consist of GLCM feature extraction which constitutes the features such as energy, prominence, contrast, entropy, homogeneity type of features and matching using Euclidian distance along with descriptor features obtained by using Harris corner features and cosine similarity index estimation. The successful suspicious activity detection rate is analyzed which shows better performance and time saving method while analyzing large surveillance video dataset.

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