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P. C. Jain

Bio: P. C. Jain is an academic researcher from Shiv Nadar University. The author has contributed to research in topic(s): Video camera & Traffic congestion. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publication(s) receiving 2 citation(s).

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01 Jan 2020
TL;DR: Different methods have been used to get the accurate count of vehicles and their performances have been analyzed and popular image processing method background subtraction and deep learning algorithms: R-CNN, Fast R- CNN and Faster R-ESPN have been implemented.
Abstract: Traffic congestion has been an emerging issue when it comes to problems faced by commuters on road on a daily basis. It leads to loss of time, money, and fuel when one is stuck in a traffic jam. This has led to the need of more path-breaking technologies in the field of intelligent transport systems (ITS). Today, a lot of data are available which can be used to extract important information and perform the desired analysis. With CCTV surveillance cameras at almost every traffic pole, information like count of vehicles can be used to analyze the traffic patterns at a particular location. In this paper, different methods have been used to get the accurate count of vehicles and their performances have been analyzed. Popular image processing method background subtraction and deep learning algorithms: R-CNN, Fast R-CNN and Faster R-CNN have been implemented.

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TL;DR: This article proposes a rapid and reliable traffic congestion detection method based on the modeling of video dynamics using deep residual learning and motion trajectories that achieves competitive results when compared to state-of-the-art methods.
Abstract: Traffic congestion detection systems help manage traffic in crowded cities by analyzing videos of vehicles. Existing systems largely depend on texture and motion features. Such systems face several challenges, including illumination changes caused by variations in weather conditions, complexity of scenes, vehicle occlusion, and the ambiguity of stopped vehicles. To overcome these issues, this article proposes a rapid and reliable traffic congestion detection method based on the modeling of video dynamics using deep residual learning and motion trajectories. The proposed method efficiently uses both motion and deep texture features to overcome the limitations of existing methods. Unlike other methods that simply extract texture features from a single frame, we use an efficient representation learning method to capture the latent structures in traffic videos by modeling the evolution of texture features. This representation yields a noticeable improvement in detection results under various weather conditions. Regarding motion features, we propose an algorithm to distinguish stopped vehicles and background objects, whereas most existing motion-based approaches fail to address this issue. Both types of obtained features are used to construct an ensemble classification model based on the support vector machine algorithm. Two benchmark datasets are considered to demonstrate the robustness of the proposed method: the UCSD dataset and NU1 video dataset. The proposed method achieves competitive results (97.64% accuracy) when compared to state-of-the-art methods.

1 citations

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Abstract: In order to improve the clarity and color fidelity of traffic images under the complex environment of haze and uneven illumination and promote road traffic safety monitoring, a traffic image enhancement model based on illumination adjustment and depth of field difference is proposed. The algorithm is based on Retinex theory, uses dark channel principle to obtain image depth of the field, and uses spectral clustering algorithm to cluster image depth. After the subimages are divided, the local haze concentration is estimated according to the depth of field and the subimages are adaptively enhanced and fused. In addition, the illumination component is obtained by multiscale guided filtering to maintain the edge characteristics of the image, and the uneven illumination problem is solved by adjusting the curve function. The experimental results show that the proposed model can effectively enhance the uneven illumination and haze weather image in the traffic scene and the visual effect of the images is good. The generated image has rich details, improves the quality of traffic images, and can meet the needs of traffic practical application.