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|Title:||Active Learning from Video Streams in a Multi-Camera Scenario|
Luís Filipe Teixeira
|Abstract:||While video surveillance systems are spreading everywhere, extracting meaningful information from what they are recording is still prohibitively expensive. There is a major effort under way in order to make this process economical by including an intelligent software that eases the burden of the system. In this paper, we introduce an incremental learning framework to classify parallel data streams generated in a multi-camera surveillance scenario. The framework exploits active learning strategies in order to interact wisely with operators to address various problems that exist in such non-stationary environments, such as concept drift and concept evolution. If we look at the problem as mining parallel streams, the framework can address learning from uneven parallel streams applying a class-based ensemble, a problem that has not been addressed before. Favourable results indicate the success of the framework.|
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