@inproceedings{CICLOPS2014,

author

=

{Alexei A. Morozov and Alexander F. Polupanov},

title

= {

Intelligent Visual Surveillance Logic Programming: Implementation Issues},

editor

=

{Thomas Str\"oder and Terrance Swift},

booktitle

=

{Proceedings of the International Joint Workshop on Implementation of Constraint and Logic Programming Systems and Logic-based Methods in Programming Environments 2014 (July 17-18, 2014, Vienna, Austria)},

publisher

=

{RWTH Aachen University},

series

=

{Aachener Informatik Berichte},

year

=

2014,

number

=

"AIB-2014-09",

month

=

jun,

pages

=

"31--45",

url

=

"http://aib.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/2014/2014-09.pdf",

abstract

= {

The main idea of the logic programming approach to the intelligent video surveillance is in using a first order logic for describing complex events and abstract concepts like anomalous human activity, i.e. brawl, sudden attack, armed attack, leaving object, loitering, pick pocketing, personal theft, immobile person, etc. We consider main implementation issues of our approach to the intelligent video surveillance logic programming: object-oriented logic programming of concurrent stages of video processing, translating video surveillance logic programs to fast Java code, embedding low-level means for video storage and processing to the logic programming system.}

}