Development and research of software based on a motion detection algorithm for an intelligent video surveillance system

E.A. Bukhamer, I.N. Tomilov, E.E. Istratova

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The article presents the results of the development and testing of motion detection software. This module can be used as part of an intelligent video surveillance system in embedded systems with limited computing power. The software was developed based on the proposed motion detection algorithm. It was experimentally proved that the implementation in the Python programming language is several times slower than the implementation in the C / C ++ programming language, which makes the second implementation option more successful for solving the problem of developing a motion detection module. It was also proven that the motion detection module, developed on the basis of the modernized algorithm, compared to the basic one, has better detection accuracy and resistance to hardware noise and false alarms.


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