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A method based on multi-source feature detection for counting people in crowded areas

Abstract : We propose a crowd counting method for multisource feature fusion. Image features are extracted from multiple sources, and the population is estimated by image feature extraction and texture feature analysis, along with for crowd image edge detection. We count people in high-density still images. For instance, in the city's squares, sports fields, subway stations, etc. Our approach uses a still image taken by a camera on a drone to appraise the count in the population density image, using a kind of sources of information: HOG, LBP, CANNY. We furnish separate estimates of counts and other statistical measurements through several types of sources. Support vector machine SVM, classification and regression analysis, along with obtain a high density population, reasonable early warning, to ensure the safety of the population. This method can achieve bon results in scenes where people are extremely crowded.
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Songchenchen Gong, El-Bay Bourennane. A method based on multi-source feature detection for counting people in crowded areas. IEEE 4th International Conference on Signal and Image Processing (ICSIP 2019), Jul 2019, Wuxi, China. ⟨10.1109/SIPROCESS.2019.8868691⟩. ⟨hal-02275644⟩



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