Panic Detection in Crowded Scenes

  • A. B. Altamimi College of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Hail, Saudi Arabia
  • H. Ullah College of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Hail, Saudi Arabia

Abstract

A crowd is a gathering of a huge number of individuals in a confined area. Early identification and detection of unusual behaviors in terms of panic occurring in crowded scenes are very important. Panic detection comprises of formulating normal scene behaviors and detecting and identifying non-matching behaviors. However, panic detection and recognition is a very difficult problem, especially when considering diverse scenes. Many methods proposed to cope with these problems have limited robustness as the density of the crowd varies. In order to handle this challenge, this paper proposes the integration of different features into a unified model. Discriminant binary patterns and neighborhood information are used to model complex and unique motion patterns in order to characterize different levels of features for diverse types of crowd scenes, focusing in particular on the detection of panic and non-pedestrian entities. The proposed method was evaluated considering two benchmark datasets and outperformed five existing methods.

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