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학술지 A Self-Reasoning Framework for Anomaly Detection Using Video-Level Labels
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무함마드, Arif Mahmood, 신호철, 이승익
IEEE Signal Processing Letters, v.27, pp.1705-1709
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Anomalous event detection in surveillance videos is a challenging and practical research problem among image and video processing community. Compared to the frame-level annotations of anomalous events, obtaining video-level annotations is quite fast and cheap though such high-level labels may contain significant noise. More specifically, an anomalous labeled video may actually contain anomaly only in a short duration while the rest of the video frames may be normal. In the current work, we propose a weakly supervised anomaly detection framework based on deep neural networks which is trained in a self-reasoning fashion using only video-level labels. To carry out the self-reasoning based training, we generate pseudo labels by using binary clustering of spatio-temporal video features which helps in mitigating the noise present in the labels of anomalous videos. Our proposed formulation encourages both the main network and the clustering to complement each other in achieving the goal of more accurate anomaly detection. The proposed framework has been evaluated on publicly available real-world anomaly detection datasets including UCF-crime, ShanghaiTech and UCSD Ped2. The experiments demonstrate superiority of our proposed framework over the current state-of-the-art methods.
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Anomalous event detection, Carry out, Current state, Deep neural network(DNN), Frame-level, Image and Video Processing, Main network, Pseudo labels, Real-world, Reasoning framework, Self-reasoning