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Examples of synthetic trajectories for the three classes, starting from the same origin. Salient trajectories are drawn in red, normal trajectories in green to blue.
In this paper, we are concerned with the detection of progressive dynamic saliency from video sequences. More precisely, we are interested in saliency related to motion and likely to appear progressively over time. It can be relevant to trigger alarms, to dedicate additional processing or to detect specific events. Trajectories represent the best w...
The authors have introduced a novel method for unsupervised anomaly detection that utilises a newly introduced Memory Module in their paper. We validate the authors claim that this helps improve performance by helping the network learn prototypical patterns, and uses the learnt memory to reduce the representation capacity of Convolutional Neural Ne...