Most video surveillance systems can only provide simple event alarms such as Virtual Perimeter Breach, in which a person crosses an imaginary line (Left), or Abandoned Object Detection. Our goal is to detect more complex multi-persons’ actions such as two people interacting (e.g., shaking hands) or a person interacting with an object (e.g., gun-shooting). This is useful for online surveillance or video database indexing.
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