Various technologies have been utilized to implement the safety of life and property by installing high quality CCTV cameras. It is not possible to manually monitor each and every moment activity. Furthermore, in practical scenario the most unpredictable one is human behaviour and it is very difficult to find whether it is suspicious or normal. In this work the notion of CNN is used to detect suspicious or normal activity in an environment, and a system is proposed that sends an alert message to the similarity authority, in case of predicting a suspicious activity. It\'s worth noting that the effectiveness of a suspicious activity detection system relies on the quality of the training data, the architecture of the Machine Learning model, and the deployment environment. Ongoing monitoring, regular updates, and continuous improvement are important for maintaining the system\'s accuracy and adapting it to new and emerging types of suspicious activities.
Suspicious Activity Detection Using Machine Learning can indeed be used to detect various types of suspicious activities, including those related to human behaviour. However, the specific activities that can be detected depend on the training data and the design of the Machine Learning model.
If the model is trained on a dataset that includes examples of suspicious human activities, it can learn to recognize patterns and behaviours associated with those activities. For example, it could detect activities such as fighting, stealing, trespassing, or engaging in potentially dangerous behaviour.
Human behaviour recognition in the real-world environment finds bumper of applications including intelligent video surveillance, shopping behaviour analysis. Video surveillance has vast application areas particularly for indoor outdoor and places. Surveillance is an integral part of security. Today security camera becomes part of life for the safety & security purposes. Today, manual monitoring of all the events on the CCTV camera is impossible. Even if the event had already happened, searching the same event in the recorded video wastes a lot of time. Analysing abnormal events from video is an emerging topic in the domain of automated video surveillance systems.
Video surveillance is the emerging area in the application of AI, Machine Learning and Machine Learning. AI helps the computer to think like human. In machine learning, important components are learning from the training data and make prediction on future data. Nowadays GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) processors and huge datasets are available, so the concept of Machine Learning is used.
Deep Neural Networks is one of the best architectures used to perform difficult learning tasks. Machine Learning models automatically extract features and builds high level representation of image data. This is more generic because the process of feature extraction is fully automated. From the image pixels, convolutional neural network (CNN) can learn visual patterns directly. In the case of video stream, long short-term memory (LSTM) models are capable of learning long term dependencies. LSTM network has the ability to remember things. The proposed system will use footage obtained from CCTV camera for monitoring the human behaviour in a term warn when any suspicious event occurs. The major components in intelligent video monitoring are event detection and human behaviour recognition.
It's worth noting that the effectiveness of a suspicious activity detection system relies on the quality of the training data, the architecture of the Machine Learning model, and the deployment environment. Ongoing monitoring, regular updates, and continuous improvement are important for maintaining the system's accuracy and adapting it to new and emerging types of suspicious activities.
II. MOTIVATION OF THE PROJECT
By developing an automated system that can detect and alert authorities or relevant personnel to suspicious activity, it may be possible to prevent or mitigate potential harm. Machine learning and Machine Learning techniques can be used to analyse large amounts of data and identify patterns that may indicate suspicious behaviour.
III. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
To convert video to image.
To frame segmentation using K means clustering.
To extract frame by background subtraction and frame sequence. To detection the object.
To action recognition using Deep Belief Network (DBN).
To classify normal activity or suspicious activity with trained dataset.
To alert a security.
IV. SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
V. RELEVANT ALGORITHM ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROJECT
Step 1: Input is given as image and video.
Step 2: Then many more different filters are applied to the input to create a feature map.
Step 3: Next step is a ReLU (Rectified Linear Unit) function is applied to increase non- linearity.
Step 4: Then step is a applies a pooling layer to each and every feature map.
Step 5: Then the next step is algorithm compresses the pooled images into one long vector.
Step 6: In next step is inputs the vector to the algorithm into a fully connected artificial neural network(ANN).
Step 7: Next step is processes the features via the network. At the end fully connected layer delivers the “voting” of the classes.
Step 8: In this final step training is conducted through forward propagation and back propagation for numerous epochs.
VI. LITERATURE SURVEY
Paper Name:- Suspicious Actions Detection System Using Enhanced CNN (Convolutional neural network) and Surveillance Video
Author:- Govindaraju Karthi
Description:- Work is proposed for human- action recognition (HAR), with two human activity datasets. This work was used for monitoring the elderly, suspicious-people monitoring, and objects in public places. This skeletal-joint motion was activated with image pre-processing and Deep Learning algorithms. Motion sets are limited and their lead disadvantage. A computer-vision and image- processing-based solution for the detection of violent activities was discussed. This review work suggested various Machine Learning and Deep Learning algorithms. A work was created as a solution for violence-detection techniques for the Internet of Things (IoT) surveillance network for industry. The technique was called artificial intelligence assisted vision . Violence- detection (VD) and behaviour analysis have been measured with accuracy on surveillance and non-surveillance datasets. In this work convolutional long short-term memory was used to extract features based on the violence- detection concept.
We studied existing methods and offered an alternative approach to trace suspicious activities and fighting using CCTV footage taking place in public places. Our approach used CNN(Convolutional neural network) to ascertain whether activity was distrustful. In our model the detection rate is increases up to the 90
% accuracy then previous model.
A project model is used to process real-time CCTV footage to detect any suspicious activity would help in creating better security and less human interface in activities. In addition, research in related areas such as activity can increase like tracking its productive use in many areas. A system to process real-time CCTV footage to detect any suspicious activity will help to create better security and less human intervention. Great act have been made in the field of human suspicious Activity, which enables us to better serve themyriad applications that are possible with it. Moreover, research in related fields such as Activity Tracking can greatly enhance its productive utilization in several fields.
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