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High variation removal for background subtraction in traffic surveillance systems

High variation removal for background subtraction in traffic surveillance systems

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Background subtraction has been a fundamental task in video analytics and smart surveillance applications. In the field of background subtraction, Gaussian mixture model is a canonical model for many other methods. However, the unconscious learning of this model often leads to erroneous motion detection under high variation scenes. This article proposes a new method that incorporates entropy estimation and a removal framework into the Gaussian mixture model to improve the performance of background subtraction. Firstly, entropy information is computed for each pixel of a frame to classify frames into silent or high variation categories. Secondly, the removal framework is used to determine which frames from the background subtraction process are updated. The proposed method produces precise results with fast execution time, which are two critical factors in surveillance systems for more advanced tasks. The authors used two publicly available test sequences from the 2014 Change Detection and Scene background modelling data sets and internally collected data sets of scenes with dense traffic.

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