TITLE

A SECURITY SYSTEM USING MOTION DETECTION

AUTHOR(S)
Ook Lee
PUB. DATE
September 2008
SOURCE
Review of Business Research;2008, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p88
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This paper presents a motion detection system that uses more advanced mechanism so that the supervisor of a security monitoring system does not have to pay attention to it constantly. In current days, when a security camera is installed, an human being has to be on alert all the time while the camera is on since any little movement can require attention of the supervisor. But most of small objects do not need the supervisor's attention since they could be birds, cats, dogs etc.. In this new system the system only report the unusual change to the supervisor by calculating the motion and size of objects in the screen. Thus the supervisor can be liberated from the 24-hour concentration duty; instead he/she can be only alerted when the real security threat such as a big moving object like an human intruder appears. The utility of this system can be proved either by conducting a laboratory experiment or as in this paper, mathematically proved by using the concept of entropy. In other words, big objects like human intruders increase the entropy of the screen images significantly therefore the supervisor must be alerted. Thus by proving its utility of the system theoretically, we can claim that our new motion detection system is superior to others which do not use our technique.
ACCESSION #
35601371

 

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