@inproceedings{Samara2013,

author

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{Alexei A. Morozov},

title

= {

Development of logic programming approach to intelligent monitoring of anomalous human activities},

booktitle

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{11-th International Conference on Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis: New Information Technologies (PRIA-11-2013): Conference Proceedings (Samara, September 23--28, 2013)},

address

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"Samara",

publisher

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{IPSI RAS},

year

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2013,

volume

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"II",

pages

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"670--673",

url

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"http://www.cplire.ru/Lab144/samara2013.pdf",

abstract

= {

A logic programming approach to the intelligent monitoring of anomalous human activities is considered. The main idea of this approach is using of a first order logic for describing abstract concepts of anomalous human activities (like tussle, leaving object, loitering, pickpocketing, personal theft, sudden attack, armed attack, immobile person, etc.). In the paper, we have described our first experiments in this area. We have used a Prolog-to-Java translator for efficient implementation of logical inference on video scenes. The problem of creation of special built-in classes of the Actor Prolog concurrent logic language for the low-level video processing is discussed.}

}