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Audio-Visual Event Recognition in Surveillance Video Sequences

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3 Author(s)
Cristani, M. ; Dipt. di Informatica, Univ. of Verona ; Bicego, M. ; Murino, V.

In the context of the automated surveillance field, automatic scene analysis and understanding systems typically consider only visual information, whereas other modalities, such as audio, are typically disregarded. This paper presents a new method able to integrate audio and visual information for scene analysis in a typical surveillance scenario, using only one camera and one monaural microphone. Visual information is analyzed by a standard visual background/foreground (BG/FG) modelling module, enhanced with a novelty detection stage and coupled with an audio BG/FG modelling scheme. These processes permit one to detect separate audio and visual patterns representing unusual unimodal events in a scene. The integration of audio and visual data is subsequently performed by exploiting the concept of synchrony between such events. The audio-visual (AV) association is carried out online and without need for training sequences, and is actually based on the computation of a characteristic feature called audio-video concurrence matrix, allowing one to detect and segment AV events, as well as to discriminate between them. Experimental tests involving classification and clustering of events show all the potentialities of the proposed approach, also in comparison with the results obtained by employing the single modalities and without considering the synchrony issue

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Multimedia, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2007

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