Applied Video Sequences Analysis

Second semester: UAM, Madrid
Class Type
Practical, Theory
Type of the exam
25% theory exam, 75% Lab assignments
Prerequisites (if exist)
Juan Carlos San Miguel, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Hours per week

The main objective of video analysis for video-surveillance is the extraction of useful semantic information: detection of people presence and trajectory, detection of irregular events, etc. The general objective of this course is to present automatic videosurveillance systems (with single or multiple cameras), to describe the practical application of generic video analysis techniques in this domain, and to present specific video-surveillance applications: people detection and tracking, abandoned/stolen object detection, etc.

For more information, please download the teaching guide HERE

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