A framework for Object Classification in Fareld Videos
Object classification in videos is an important step in many applications such as abnormal event detection in video surveillance, traf- fic analysis is urban scenes and behavior control in crowded locations. In this work, propose a framework for moving object classification in farfield videos. Much works have been dedicated to accomplish this task. We overview existing works and combine several techniques to implement a real time object classifier with offline training phase. We follow three main steps to classify objects in steady background videos : background subtraction, object tracking and classification. We measure accuracy of our classifier by experiments done using the PETS 2009 dataset.
background subtraction, feature extraction, video analysis, tracking, object classification