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Distributed video surveillance using hardware-friendly sparse large margin classifiers

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In contrast to video sensors which just "watch " the world, present-day research is aimed at developing intelligent devices able to interpret it locally. A number of such devices are available on the market, very powerful on the one hand, but requiring either connection to the power grid, or massive rechargeable batteries on the other. MicrelEye, the wireless video sensor node presented in this paper, targets a different design point: portability and a scanty power budget, while still providing a prominent level of intelligence, namely objects classification. To deal with such a challenging task, we propose and implement a new SVM-like hardware-oriented algorithm called ERSVM. The case study considered in this work is people detection. The obtained results suggest that the present technology allows for the design of simple intelligent video nodes capable of performing local classification tasks.

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Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance, 2007. AVSS 2007. IEEE Conference on

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5-7 Sept. 2007