A shot is considered violent if a bared weapon could be seen, if physical violence such as punching or kicking occurred. For the past decade, terrorism has been on the rise, growing at an exponential rate. There have been countless measures that are put in place to stop it or even minimize the effect. The main objective of this system is to detect and localize unusual objects, suspicious behaviors or irregular events in a scene. The proposed method should detect anomalous regions in a video. It codes video as a compact set of spatio-temporal video volumes while considering uncertainties in the grouping process and their spatio-temporal arrangements using a probabilistic framework to calculate the likelihood of the regions in the video.
- Recognizing violence in movies
- Advances in human recognition, a survey
- A review of human activity recognition methods
- Violent Flows: Real time detection of violent crowd behavior
- VSD 2014
- Violent Flows Database
- Champ Dataset