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    Title: 肢體分析與異常事件分析在視訊中之應用;Posture Analysis and Suspicious Event Analysis from Videos
    Authors: 莊啟宏;Chi-hung Chuang
    Contributors: 資訊工程研究所
    Keywords: 肢體分析與異常事件分析;Posture Analysis and Suspicious Event Analysis
    Date: 2009-07-01
    Issue Date: 2009-09-22 11:42:09 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學圖書館
    Abstract: 在電腦視覺領域中,行為辨識與異常事件分析是相當基礎且重要的兩個問題。同時可應用在很多方面,例如:視訊監控,保全系統,犯罪偵測…等。主要目的是可以在任何一個開放的環境中找出異常的事件與異常的行為並且不論場景如何地變化。 在這篇論文中提出了一個新穎的方法,此方法可以從一段影片中找出帶著攜帶物的物件,並且利用找出的這個物件進行異常事件分析。並且也提出了一個新穎的切割演算法和可變形的三角型方法去切出人的肢體各部分。我們在這邊分別的討論這兩種方法。在異常事件分析這個主題裡,首先,一個利用最小值濾波器背景相減的方法來偵測出前景物。然後,一個新穎的追蹤方法來描述一個移動的物件並且更進一步的得到此物體的運動軌跡。利用此軌跡,當有兩個物件交錯時,一個新的比例統計的方法被提出來分析攜帶物並且分析最後攜帶物落在哪個物件上面。接下來,利用顏色投影的方法,攜帶物的顏色可以大概的被投影在前景物所在的區域。接下來,再利用混和高斯模型的方法,我們可以正確的把攜帶物切割出來。當背包(攜帶物)被找出來後,我們提出一個有限狀態機事件分析的方法從一段影片中分析背包轉換的各種可能的異常事件。就如我們知道,我們一開始並不知道攜帶物的形狀與顏色,所以並沒有一個自動的系統可以利用攜帶物轉移的特性來分析這樣的異常事件(例如搶劫)。然而,利用我們提出來的顏色比例統計的方法,任何不同的攜帶物將可以正確的被找出,並且最後利用混和高斯模型的方法,可以完整的將整個背包切割出進而進行事件分析。在行為辨識方面這個主題裡,為了使人的各種姿勢更好分析,首先系統先將人的輪廓用三角化的方法切割成多個三角形。接下來,系統將切割完後的三角形利用先深後廣的演算法將這些三角型的展開成一個擴張樹。接下來提出以骨幹為基底與用模板為驅動的兩種混合方法,把人的肢體從各種姿勢的輪廓中各分別切割出來。為了去分析這些肢體動作,一個新穎的群聚方法被提出來訓練且分類這些主要姿勢。因此,這些模組空間被用來當作姿勢的分類與切割。在群聚後,當輸入的姿勢如果不屬於資料庫的類別條件,以骨幹為基底的方法將被用來分割這個姿勢的各個部位,並且利用混合高斯模型的技巧來分開肢體的各部位。然而,如果兩個姿式的輪廓非常相似,將有可能會因此產生錯誤的模組選擇。因此,此篇論文利用追蹤的方法與前後畫面的關係來改善這類的問題並找出最好的模板。此外,混合高斯模型的切割技巧被用來穩定的把各部位肢體完整的切割出來。實驗的結果將會證明我們提出的方法十分的具有強健性、正確性和功能非常強大的偵測攜帶物還有異常事件分析與穩定的把各種行為的肢體切割出來。 Behavior recognition and suspicious event analysis is a fundamental and important problem which can be applied to various applications like video surveillance, navigation, content-based image retrieval and so on. Its goal is to find the abnormal event of the environment and abnormal behavior no matter how the environmental conditions change. This thesis proposes a novel method to detect carried objects from videos and applies it for suspicious event analysis, and presents a novel segmentation algorithm to segment a body posture into different body parts by using the technique of deformable triangulation. We discuss these two methods separately. In suspicious event analysis, First of all, a background subtraction using a minimum filter is proposed for detecting foreground objects. Then, a novel kernel-based tracking method is described for tracking each moving object and further obtaining its trajectory. With the trajectory, a novel ratio histogram is then proposed for analyzing the interactions between the carried object and its owner. After color re-projection, different carried objects can be accurately segmented from the background by taking advantages of GMMs (Gaussian mixture models). After bag detection, we propose an event analyzer to analyze various suspicious events using finite state machines. Even though there is no prior knowledge (like shape or color) about the bag, our proposed method still performs well to detect suspicious events from videos. As we know, due to the uncertainties of bag shape and color, there is no automatic system which can analyze various suspicious events (like robbery) caused by bags without any manual effects. However, by taking advantages of our proposed ratio histogram, different carried bags can be well segmented from videos and applied for event analysis. In Behavior recognition, First of all, to better analyze each posture, we triangulate it into triangular meshes, from which a spanning tree can be found using a depth-first search scheme. Then, two hybrid methods, i.e., the skeleton-based and model-driven ones, are proposed for segmenting the posture into different body parts according to its self-occlusion conditions. To analyze the self-occlusion condition, a novel clustering scheme is then proposed for clustering the training samples into a set of key postures. Then, a model space can be formed and used for posture classification and segmentation. After clustering, if the input posture belongs to the non-self-occlusion category, the skeleton-based scheme will be used for dividing it into different body parts which will be then refined using a set of Gaussian mixture models (GMMs). As to the self-occlusion case, we propose a model-driven technique for selecting a good reference model for guiding the process of body part segmentation. However, if two postures’ contours are similar, some ambiguity will be caused and lead to the failure in model selection. Thus, this thesis proposes a tree structure via a tracking technique for tackling this problem so that the best model can be selected not only from the current frame but also its previous frame. Thus, a suitable GMM-based segmentation scheme can be driven for finely segmenting a body posture into different body parts. Experimental results have proved that the proposed method is robust, accurate, and powerful in carried object detection and suspicious event analysis and in body part segmentation.
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