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Video surveillance is an alternative approach to staff or self-reporting that has the potential to detect and monitor aggressive behaviors more accurately. In this paper, we propose an automatic algorithm capable of recognizing aggressive behaviors from video records using local binary motion descriptors. The proposed algorithm may increase the accuracy for retrieving aggressive behaviors from video records, and thereby facilitates scientific inquiry into this low frequency but high impact phenomenon that eludes other measurement approaches.
Date of Conference: 20-25 Aug. 2008