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  1. 1. V.Aarthy, R. Mythili, S.Venkatalakshimi / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 6, November- December 2012, pp.347-353 Using Sift Algorithm Identifying An Abandoned Object By Moving Camera V.Aarthy1, R. Mythili2, S.Venkatalakshimi3 1,2 PG Scholar, Dept of IT, Vel Tech DR.RR & DR.SR Technical University, Avadi, Chennai-62. 3 Head of Dept, Dept of IT, Vel Tech DR.RR & DR.SR Technical University, Avadi, Chennai-62.ABSTRACT Detection of suspicious items is 2. RELATED WORKone of the most important applications Almost all current methods for staticin Visual Surveillance. To find out those suspicious object detection are aimed at findingsuspicious items the static objects were abandoned objects using a static camera in a publicdetected in a scene using a moving camera place, e.g., commercial center, metro station orwhich detects a slight color variation, light airport hall. Spengler and Shield propose avariation and climatic changes but failed to tracking/surveillance system to automatically detectdetect the particular abandoned object. To abandoned objects and draw the operator’sdeal with this detection problem we propose attention to such events [1]. It consists of two majora system, which can detect only those parts: A Bayesian multi person tracker that explainssuspicious object by using “SIFT as much of the scene as possible, and a blob-basedALGORITHM” which remove alarms in flat object detection system that identifies abandonedareas. objects using the unexplained image parts. If a potentially abandoned object is detected, theKeyword: Abandoned object detection, geometric operator is notified, and the system provides theand photometric alignment, video matching. operator the appropriate key frames for interpreting the incident. Porikli et al. propose to use two1. INTRODUCTION foreground and two background models [2] for To deal with this detection problem, we abandoned object detection. The abandoned objectspropose a simple but effective framework based are correlated within multiple camera views usingupon matching a reference and a target video location information, and a time-weighted votingsequences. The reference video is taken by a scheme between the camera views is used to issuemoving camera when there is no suspicious object the final alarms and eliminate the effects of viewin the scene, and the target video is taken by a dependencies. Smith et al. propose to use a two-second camera following a similar trajectory, and tiered approach [3].observing the same scene where suspiciousobjects may have been abandoned in the mean 3. METHODStime. The objective is to find these suspicious To detect non flat static objects in aobjects. We will fulfil it by Matching and scene using a moving camera . Since thesecomparing the target and reference sequences. To objects may have arbitrary shape , color ormake things efficient, GPS is initially utilized to texture , state-of-the-art category-specific objectroughly align the two sequences by finding the detection technology , which usually learns one orcorresponding intersequence frame pairs. The more specific classifiers based upon a large setsymbols R and T are used throughout this of similar training images. We propose a simplepaper to denote the GPS-aligned reference and but effective framework based upon matching atarget video respectively. Based upon the GPS reference and a target video sequence. Thealignment, the following four ideas are proposed to reference video is taken by a moving camera whenachieve our objective. 1) an intersequence there is no suspicious object in the scene, and thegeometric alignment based upon homographies target video is taken by a second camera followingto find all possible suspicious areas, 2) an a similar trajectory, and observing the same sceneintrasequence alignment ( between consecutive where suspicious objects may have been abandonedframes of R ) to remove false alarms on high in the mean time. The objective is to find theseobjects, 3) a local appearance comparison suspicious objects. We will fulfil it by matchingbetween two aligned intrasequence frames to and comparing the target and reference sequences.remove false alarms in flat areas ( moreprecisely, in the dominant plane of the scene ) , 4. MODULE DESCRIPTIONand 4 ) a temporal filtering step using 4. INTERSEQUENCE GEOMETRIChomography alignment to confirm the existence ALIGNMENT MRANSAC-BASEDof suspicious objects. HOMOGRAPHY ESTIMATION 347 | P a g e
  2. 2. V.Aarthy, R. Mythili, S.Venkatalakshimi / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 6, November- December 2012, pp.347-353 Apply SIFT algorithm to get a set of SIFT comparing the two images in the last column,feature descriptors for reference R and target T. MRANSAC gives better alignment than RANSAC.Find the putative matches between these SIFIT Based upon H inter , the reference frame is warpedfeatures of R and T and find the optimal H inter into to fit the target frame .We get the NCC imageusing MRANSAC. Find the best as H temp as H between and . We binaries the NCC image intointer. The second image of bottom row, the optimal with a threshold.inliers obtained by MRANSAC. By visually Data base video Read the data from Compare the two the moving camera frames using SIFT Detecting the abandon objects Figure 1 INTER SEQUENCE ALIGNMENT4.2 INTRASEQUENCE GEOMETRIC and Ri-.k. For the intrasequence alignment on T, weALIGNMENT align and Ti and Ti-.k. The procedure for intrasequence i) Removal of False Alarms on Highgeometric alignment is similar to that for Objects.intersequence alignment. The difference is that ii) Removal of False Alarms on theboth the reference (the frame to be warped) and Dominant Plane.target frames are from the same video this time. Forthe intrasequence alignment on R we align and Ri 348 | P a g e
  3. 3. V.Aarthy, R. Mythili, S.Venkatalakshimi / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 6, November- December 2012, pp.347-353 Data base video Detecting the Read the data from Compare the two abandon objects the moving camera frames using SIFT Remove the false alarm on Detecting the the high objects from the abandon objects two frames Remove the false alarm on Detecting the the lower objects from the abandon objects two frames Figure 2 INTRA SEQUENCE ALIGNMENTS4.3 TEMPORAL FILTERING We use temporal filtering on B3 to get ourfinal detection. Let K be the number of bufferframes used for temporal filtering. We assume thatTi is the current frame, and the remainingsuspicious object areas in Ti after intersequence andintrasequence alignment is denoted by B3 i. Westack B3 i-3 , B3 i-2 , B3 i-1 and B3 i into a temporalbuffer Tbuffer . We also stack the homographytransformations between any two neighboringframes of the buffer into H buffer. Based upon thesetransformations, B3 i-3 , B3 i-2 , B3 i-1 and B3 i arerespectively transformed to the state whichtemporally corresponds to the I th frame, and areintersected with B3 i respectively. The finaldetection map is the intersection of thisintermediate intersection. 349 | P a g e
  4. 4. V.Aarthy, R. Mythili, S.Venkatalakshimi / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 6, November- December 2012, pp.347-353 Data base video Detecting the Read the data from Compare the two abandon objects the moving camera frames using SIFT Remove the false Detecting the Temporal alarm on the high abandon objects filtering objects from the two frames Detection Remove the false Detecting the alarm on the lower abandon objects objects from the two frames Figure 3 TEMPORAL FILTERING5. CONTEXT DIAGRAM Figure 4 CONTEXT DIAGRAM 350 | P a g e
  5. 5. V.Aarthy, R. Mythili, S.Venkatalakshimi / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 6, November- December 2012, pp.347-353ARCHITECTURE DESIGN FINDING AREA WHERE THE OBJECT IS DETECTED Figure 5 ACHITECTURE DESIGN 351 | P a g e
  6. 6. V.Aarthy, R. Mythili, S.Venkatalakshimi / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 6, November- December 2012, pp.347-353NO OBJECT DETECTED IN THE SCENE Figure 6 NO OBJECT DETECTED IN THE SCENEOBJECT DETECTED IN THE SCENE Figure 7 OBJECT DETECTED IN THE SCENE 352 | P a g e
  7. 7. V.Aarthy, R. Mythili, S.Venkatalakshimi / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 6, November- December 2012, pp.347-353RESULT CONCLUSION This paper proposes a novel framework In this paper, Detecting non-flatfor detecting non flat abandoned object by a abandoned objects by a moving camera. Ourmoving camera. The purpose was to find suspicious algorithm finds these objects in the target video byobjects. We have fulfilled it by matching target and matching it with a reference video that does notvideo sequences. contain them. We use four main ideas: the intersequence and intrasequence geometric Alarm or any signal can be sent to the alignment, the local appearance comparison, andowner or responsible person during detection. It the temporal filtering based up homographycan be used in cyber crime purpose/security. It can transformation. Our framework is robust to largealso be used in such a way that showing the illumination variation, and can deal with falseidentification of the unknown person. alarms caused by shadows, rain, and saturated regions on road. It has been validated on fifteen test videos.REFERENCES [6] M. A. Fischler and R. C. Bolles, “Random [1] M. Spengler and B. Schiele, “Automatic sample consensus: A paradigmfor model detection and tracking of fitting with applications to image analysis abandonedobjects,” in Proc. PETS and automatedcartography,” Commun. Workshop, 2003, pp. 149–156. ACM, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 381–395, 1981. [2] F. Porikli, Y. Ivanov, and T. Haga, [7] S. Guler and M. K. Farrow, “Abandoned “Robust abandoned object detectionusing object detection in crowdedplaces,” in dual foregrounds,” EURASIP J. Adv. Proc. PETS Workshop, 2006, pp. 99–106. Signal Process., vol. 2008,no. 1, pp. 1–11, [8] R. Hartley and A. Zisserman, Multiple 2008. View Geometry in ComputerVision, 2nd [3] K. Smith, P. Quelhas, and D. Gatica- ed. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge Univ. Perez, “Detecting abandoned Press, 2003. luggageitems in a public space,” in Proc. [9] H. Kong, J.-Y Audibert, and J. Ponce, PETS Workshop, 2006, pp.75–82. “Vanishing Point Detection forRoad [4] D. Forsyth and J. Ponce, Computer Vision: Detection,” in Proc. IEEE Conf. Computer A Modern Approach.Upper Saddle River, Vision, 2009, pp.96–103. NJ: Prentice-Hall, 2002. [10] D. Lowe, “Distinctive Image Features [5] R. Szeliski, “Image alignment and From Scale-Invariant Keypoints,”Int. J. stitching: A tutorial,” FoundationTrend Comput. Vis., vol. 60, no. 2, pp. 91–110, Comput. Graph. Vis., vol. 2, no. 1, 2006. 2004. 353 | P a g e

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