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Low-Cost Scalable Home Video Surveillance System

). Realization of scenarios for video surveillance, Image Processing & Communications, 17(4), 231-240 [5] Dalal, N., Triggs, B. (2005). Histograms of oriented gradients for human detection, IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1, 886 - 893 [6] Devasena, C.L., et al. (2011) Video Surveillance Systems - A Survey, IJCSI International Journal of Computer Science Issues, 8(4), 1694-0814 [7] Genovese, M., Napoli, E. (2013). ASIC and FPGA Implementation of the Gaussian Mixture Model Algorithm for

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Object detection and tracking for low-cost video surveillance system

[4] W. Chmiel, J. Kwiecien, Z. Mikrut, Realization of scenarios for video surveillance, In Image Processing & Communications, vol. 17, pp. 231-240, 2013 [5] C Lakshmi Devasena, R Revathí, M Hemalatha, Video surveillance systems-a survey, IJCSI International Journal of Computer Science Issues, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 1694-0814, 2011 [6] Kinjal A Joshi and Darshak G Thakore, A survey on moving object detection and tracking in video surveillance system. International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering (IJSCE) ISSN, pp. 2231-2307, 2012

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Stradar — Multimedia Dispatcher and Teleinformation System for the Border Guard

–399. [17] Valera M., Velastin S. A., Intelligent distributed surveillance systems: a review , ‘IEE Proceedings — Vision, Image and Signal Processing’, 2005, Vol. 152, Issue 2, pp. 192–204.

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Ray-Tracing-Based Event Detection and 3D Visualization for Automated Video Surveillance System

] Jabłoński, M. (2013). Data fusion in web-based visualization of 3D scene semantic model. Image Processing & Communications , 18(2-3), 61-70 [8] Keselman, Y., Dickinson, S. (2001). Bridging the representation gap between models and exemplars. In Proceedings, IEEE Workshop on Models versus Exemplars in Computer Vision [9] Kryjak, T., Gorgoń, M. (2011). Real-time implementation of moving object detection in video surveillance systems using FPGA. Computer Science , 12, 149-162 [10] Leff, A., Rayfield, J.T. (2001). Web-application development using the

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Under-reporting of sexually transmitted infection with chlamydia trachomatis - a revision of surveillance system is required

surveillance system is needed. 2 Methods The Slovenian chlamydia surveillance system is based on mandatory reporting of all laboratory confirmed cases by physicians according to the Contagious Diseases Act (10) , Health Care Databases Act (11) , and communicable diseases reporting regulation (12) . The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) case definition that had been used since 2000 was replaced in 2008 by the European surveillance case definition (13 - 16) . A common reporting form is used for the notification of all STI cases (15) . The reported

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Real-Time Video Surveillance System for Traffic Management with Background Subtraction Using Codebook Model and Occlusion Handling

. Guerrero-Gomez-Olmedo, R., Lopez-Sastre, R.J., Maldonado-Bascon, S. and Fernandez-Caballero, A. (2013) Vehicle tracking by simultaneous detection and viewpoint estimation. In IWINAC 2013, Part II, LNCS 7931 (pp. 306-316). 10. Horprasert, T., Harwood, D. and Davis, L. S. (1999) A statistical approach for real-time robust background subtraction and shadow detection. In IEEE ICCV (pp. 1-19). Volume 99. 11. Hossen, M. K. and Tuli, S. H. (2016) A surveillance system based on motion detection and motion estimation using optical flow. In

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Real-Time Detection of Movement in Prohibited Direction for Video Surveillance System

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Video surveillance systems are well established tools for monitoring important areas and detecting abnormal situations. In places such as one way road or tunnel, airport arrival gate, subway entry gate etc. it is important to monitor the direction of movement and to detect those which are prohibited. If the event is detected in the same time when the situation happens, a fast reaction can fix the problem (turning on the red light to prevent cars from entering the tunnel, sending security force to stop and search the suspect etc.). In the article a working system which is able to detect movement in prohibited direction is presented. The algorithm proved a very good detection rate for tested movie sequences. By optimizing various aspects of the algorithm a real-time efficiency (30fps) for 640×480 resolution frames is achieved.

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Helmet-Mounted Attitude Control Algorithms of the Opto-Electronic Surveillance System for Aircraft Search and Rescue Actions

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This article presents selected results of work concerning the errors modeling of helmet-mounted cueing systems used for guided weapon and opto-electronic surveillance systems target homing (for realizing aircraft search and rescue actions). There were described algorithms of helmet angular position determination on the basis of inertial and magnetic methods, moreover, the possibilities of their modification. On this background there were presented the authorial method of pilot’s helmet angular position determination dedicated for helmet-mounted cueing systems for fighter helicopters. The method is based on the pilot’s helmet and aircraft body linear accelerations measurements, which then are used for the current quaternion evaluation to describe the helmet position relatively to the aircraft. Simulation models were tested in Matlab-Simulink and Borland C++ computational packages for various pilot’s helmet space orientation using specialized rotation test stands.

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Maximizing the Functional Performance Outcomes of Patients Undergoing Rehabilitation by Maximizing their Overall Health and Wellbeing

, Disability and Health. Source: World Health Organization. Source: World Health Organization. International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. 2001 The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) has provided a basis for establishing the health status and health risks of people with disabilities compared with those without such disability ( Ahluwalia et al., 2003 ; Tsai et al. 2010 ). People with disabilities are 4½ times more likely to report poor health than those without disabilities. Further, people with disabilities are 50% more likely

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THE APPLICATION OF METHODS OF ROBUST M-ESTIMATION IN ESTABLISHING SHIP POSITION IN MARINE TRAFFIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS BASED ON RADAR OBSERVATIONS

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In the last years considerable emphasis has been placed on safety at sea. There is the maritime security and surveillance system whose main aim is to execute tasks in the interests of maritime safety and to react in case of emergency. They are monitored by networks of radar stations. On such areas we obtain a lot of navigation data which could be used to improve ship’s parameters (position), using know in geodesy modern M-estimation methods. Simultaneous acquisition of navigational information from many independent radar stations will render it possible to obtain a more accurate ship position in marine traffic surveillance systems in relation to the calculated position. A position expected in an adjustment calculus is received from a watch officer. It is burdened with a fallacy of navigation systems and the quality of marking ship’s route on a map. In the case of navigational-parameter measurements used for depicting ship position, one can obtain incorrect results due to a disturbance in the measurement process. In extreme cases, such erroneous data could significantly differ from the anticipated results. Deviating observations could significantly influence the values of measurement results. In order to eliminate the determination of erroneous measurements, one could use resistant estimation methods with suitably selected attenuation functions. The accuracy of a determined position will not be better than the capabilities of the device used. Adjustment gives the possibility of eliminating or minimizing human errors as well as the errors in the indications of navigational devices. This paper presents the latest robust estimation methods using Danish attenuation function for adjustment of navigational observation, using radar observation.

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