Statistical accuracy analysis of different detecting algorithms for surveillance system in smart city

Hassan Al-Yassin, Jaafar I. Mousa, Mohammed A. Fadhel, Omran Al-Shamma, Laith Alzubaidi


Several detecting algorithms are developed for real-time surveillance systems in the smart cities. The most popular algorithms due to its accuracy are: Temporal Differencing, Background Subtraction, and Gaussian Mixture Models. Selecting of which algorithm is the best to be used, based on accuracy, is a good choise, but is not the best. Statistical accuracy anlysis tests are required for achieving a confident decision. This paper presents further analysis of the accuracy by employing four parameters: false recognition, unrecognized, true recognition, and total fragmentation ratios. The results proof that no algorithm is selected as the perfect or suitable for all applications based on the total fragmentation ratio, whereas both false recognition ratio and unrecognized ratio parameters have a significant impact. The mlti-way Analysis of Variate (so-called K-way ANONVA) is used for proofing the results based on SPSS statistics.


Background subtraction; Gaussian mixture models; K-way ANOVA; SPSS; Temporal differencing

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