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dc.contributor.authorRashmi M.
dc.contributor.authorAshwin T.S.
dc.contributor.authorGuddeti R.M.R.
dc.identifier.citationMultimedia Tools and Applications Vol. 80 , 2 , p. 2907 - 2929en_US
dc.description.abstractIn the era of smart campus, unobtrusive methods for students’ monitoring is a challenging task. The monitoring system must have the ability to recognize and detect the actions performed by the students. Recently many deep neural network based approaches have been proposed to automate Human Action Recognition (HAR) in different domains, but these are not explored in learning environments. HAR can be used in classrooms, laboratories, and libraries to make the teaching-learning process more effective. To make the learning process more effective in computer laboratories, in this study, we proposed a system for recognition and localization of student actions from still images extracted from (Closed Circuit Television) CCTV videos. The proposed method uses (You Only Look Once) YOLOv3, state-of-the-art real-time object detection technology, for localization, recognition of students’ actions. Further, the image template matching method is used to decrease the number of image frames and thus processing the video quickly. As actions performed by the humans are domain specific and since no standard dataset is available for students’ action recognition in smart computer laboratories, thus we created the STUDENT ACTION dataset using the image frames obtained from the CCTV cameras placed in the computer laboratory of a university campus. The proposed method recognizes various actions performed by students in different locations within an image frame. It shows excellent performance in identifying the actions with more samples compared to actions with fewer samples. © 2020, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature.en_US
dc.titleSurveillance video analysis for student action recognition and localization inside computer laboratories of a smart campusen_US
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