Accession Number : ADA303264
Title : Task-Driven Active Vision for Security and Surveillance.
Descriptive Note : Annual technical rept. Oct 93-Oct 94,
Corporate Author : TELEOS RESEARCH PALO ALTO CA
Personal Author(s) : Nishihara, H. K. ; Kahn, Phil ; Rosenschein, Stanley J. ; Burns, J. B. ; Turk, Matthew
PDF Url : ADA303264
Report Date : JAN 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 39
Abstract : Teleos is developing and integrating active vision technology with intelligent, domain-specific control strategies to provide real-time visual detection, characterization, and tracking of objects in the security and surveillance domain. Work to date has focused on theoretical studies and experimentation in the areas of attentional mechanisms, figure-ground discrimination, recognition, and active sensor mechanisms to support visual surveillance. The primary research focus is on the detection and tracking of humans in a monitored area. This report describes new results in blob-based shape recognition; the use of oriented texture blobs for face-finding; and stereo based real-time figure-ground discrimination techniques.
Descriptors : *REAL TIME, *COMPUTER VISION, *AREA SECURITY, *VISUAL SURVEILLANCE, DETECTION, DETECTORS, HUMANS, THEORY, MOTION, TRACKING, VISUAL PERCEPTION, TEXTURE, SURVEILLANCE.
Subject Categories : Computer Systems Management and Standards
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE