Event recognition description

The event recognition is based on the human pre-definition of scenarios of interest corresponding to the events to be recognized. Scenarios are written in a formal language easily readable by humans. An event (or scenario) may involve detected objects (people, vehicle, groups…) and contextual objects (walls, equipment…) or zones. Detected objects arrive as a metadata stream from other algorithms (people tracking, group tracking…).

Issues of event recognition mainly concern the uncertainty of the input objects detection.

Involved people: Bernard BOULAY, Carolina GARATE, Sofia ZAIDENBERG, Veronique JOUMIER, Carlos CRISPIM, Rim ROMDHANE

About jgueytat

Useful Links: INRIA member personal webpage Julien Gueytat. Tagged as jgueytat on the STARS website.

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