@inproceedings{BIODEVICES2014,

author

=

{Alexei A. Morozov and Abhishek Vaish and Alexander F. Polupanov and Vyacheslav E. Antciperov and Igor I. Lychkov and Aleksandr N. Alfimtsev and Vladimir V. Deviatkov},

title

= {

Development of concurrent object-oriented logic programming system to intelligent monitoring of anomalous human activities},

editor

=

{Alberto Cliquet Jr. and Guy Plantier and Tanja Schultz and Ana Fred and Hugo Gamboa},

booktitle

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{BIODEVICES 2014: Proceedings of the International Conference on Biomedical Electronics and Devices},

publisher

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{SCITEPRESS},

year

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2014,

pages

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"53--62",

url

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"http://www.cplire.ru/Lab144/biodevices2014.pdf",

abstract

= {

A logic programming approach to the intelligent monitoring of anomalous human activity is considered. The main idea of this approach is in using of a first order logic for describing abstract concepts of anomalous human activity, i.e. brawls, sudden attack, armed attack, leaving object, loitering, pickpocketing, personal theft, immobile person, etc. We use the Actor Prolog concurrent object-oriented logic language and a state-of-the-art Prolog-to-Java translator for efficient implementation of logical inference on video scenes. A logical rules generation methodology is considered in relation to the analysis of anomalous human behaviour. The problem of creation of special built-in classes of Actor Prolog for the low-level video processing is discussed.}

}