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A Study for the Object Tracking Method Between Cameras in Mass Video Surveillance Environment

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Physical Video Surveillance system saves the images transmitted from the video cameras and managed. When tracking a moving object in multi-cameras installed environment, conventional video surveillance systems has difficulty to predict direction for the movement. Also, there were not insufficient researches for tracking an object moving between multiple cameras. In this paper, we propose the method that operates easily and conveniently on surveillance system better than the legacy system. It helps that the user tracking object between the cameras as easily and conveniently. For that we propose relation table for camera-relation and simulate object tracking between multiple cameras.
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Keywords: CCTV; DVR; Monitoring System; Object Tracking; Video Surveillance

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Computing, SoongSil University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Publication date: November 1, 2016

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