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2011 | nr 4 | 19-39
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Aktualne trendy w tworzeniu systemów inteligentnego monitoringu wizyjnego

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This article provides an overview and critical analysis of computer vision algorithms used in the construction of the modules responsible for recognition and identification of objects which are elements of an intelligent monitoring system. We investigate state-of-the-art methods with an enough high potential to be implemented in a practical realization of such a system. The article describes three main elements of modern surveillance system, namely an adaptive background model, object extraction and tracking. Finally, we describe several recent benchmark datasets that can be used to test real systems.

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