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Agent-based Automatic Camera Placement for Video Surveillance Systems


U-In Burn, Yun-Young Nam, We-Duke Cho, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 103-116, Feb. 2010
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Keywords: Surveillance system, camera placement, software agents, Simulation, optimal camera placement

Abstract

In this paper, we propose an optimal camera placement using agent-based simulation. To derive importance of space and to cover the space efficiently, we accomplished an agent-based simulation based on classification of space and pattern analysis of moving people. We developed an agent-based camera placement method considering camera performance as well as space priority extracted from path finding algorithms. We demonstrate that the method not only determinates the optimal number of cameras, but also coordinates the position and orientation of the cameras with considering the installation costs. To validate the method, we compare simulation results with videos of real materials and show experimental results simulated in a specific space.


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Cite this article
[APA Style]
U-In Burn, Yun-Young Nam, & We-Duke Cho (2010). Agent-based Automatic Camera Placement for Video Surveillance Systems. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 11(1), 103-116.

[IEEE Style]
U. Burn, Y. Nam and W. Cho, "Agent-based Automatic Camera Placement for Video Surveillance Systems," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 103-116, 2010.

[ACM Style]
U-In Burn, Yun-Young Nam, and We-Duke Cho. 2010. Agent-based Automatic Camera Placement for Video Surveillance Systems. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 11, 1, (2010), 103-116.