June, 2009

VAF – Video Analysis Framework, Applied for Surveillance System


On-line video processing for surveillance system is a very challenging problem. The computational complexity of video analysis algorithms and the massive amount of data to be analyzed must be considered under real-time constraints. Moreover it needs to satisfy different criteria of application domain, such as, scalability, re-configurability, and quality of service. Here we propose a flexible/efficient video analysis framework for surveillance system which is a component-based architecture. The video acquisition, re-configurable video analysis, and video storage are some of the basic components. The component execution and inter-components synchronization are designed for supporting the multi-cores and multi-processors architecture with multi-threading implementation

System for Motion Analysis based on Level Sets

N. Suvonvorn and B. Zavidovique, (2009), System for Motion Analysis based on Level Sets, Journal on Image and Vision Computing – Elsevier (IMVIS), Submitted