This work addresses the issue of fire and smoke detection in a scene within a video surveillance framework. Detection of fire and smoke pixels is at first achieved by means of a motion detection algorithm. In addition, separation of smoke and fire pixels using colour information (within appropriate spaces, specifically chosen in order to enhance specific chromatic features) is performed. In parallel, a pixel selection based on the dynamics of the area is carried out in order to reduce false detection. The output of the three parallel algorithms are eventually fused by means of a MLP. Index Terms— Fire Detection, Smoke Detection, Colour Space, Entropy Estimation, Multi-Layers Perceptron

Early fire and smoke detection based on colour features and motion analysis

MORERIO, PIETRO;MARCENARO, LUCIO;REGAZZONI, CARLO;
2012

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This work addresses the issue of fire and smoke detection in a scene within a video surveillance framework. Detection of fire and smoke pixels is at first achieved by means of a motion detection algorithm. In addition, separation of smoke and fire pixels using colour information (within appropriate spaces, specifically chosen in order to enhance specific chromatic features) is performed. In parallel, a pixel selection based on the dynamics of the area is carried out in order to reduce false detection. The output of the three parallel algorithms are eventually fused by means of a MLP. Index Terms— Fire Detection, Smoke Detection, Colour Space, Entropy Estimation, Multi-Layers Perceptron
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