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Challenges of Deep Learning for Crowd Analytics

Version 1 : Received: 26 August 2019 / Approved: 28 August 2019 / Online: 28 August 2019 (04:22:52 CEST)

How to cite: Siraj, M. Challenges of Deep Learning for Crowd Analytics. Preprints 2019, 2019080291. Siraj, M. Challenges of Deep Learning for Crowd Analytics. Preprints 2019, 2019080291.


In high population cities, the gatherings of large crowds in public places and public areas accelerate or jeopardize people safety and transportation, which is a key challenge to the researchers. Although much research has been carried out on crowd analytics, many of existing methods are problem-specific, i.e., methods learned from a specific scene cannot be properly adopted to other videos. Therefore, this presents weakness and the discovery of these researches, since additional training samples have to be found from diverse videos. This paper will investigate diverse scene crowd analytics with traditional and deep learning models. We will also consider pros and cons of these approaches. However, once general deep methods are investigated from large datasets, they can be consider to investigate different crowd videos and images. Therefore, it would be able to cope with the problem including to not limited to crowd density estimation, crowd people counting, and crowd event recognition. Deep learning models and approaches are required to have large datasets for training and testing. Many datasets are collected taking into account many different and various problems related to building crowd datasets, including manual annotations and increasing diversity of videos and images. In this paper, we will also propose many models of deep neural networks and training approaches to learn the feature modeling for crowd analytics.


anomaly; crowd analytics; congestion; crowd counting


Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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