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    • Adaptive algorithms for automated intruder detection in surveillance networks 

      Ahmed, Tarem; Ahmed, Supriyo Sabbir; Pathan, Al-Sakib Khan (© 2014 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2014)
      Many types of automated visual surveillance systems have been presented in the recent literature. Most of the schemes require custom equipment, or involve significant complexity and storage needs. After studying the area ...
    • Automated incident detection in surveillance systems 

      Motiwala, Murtaza; Ahmed, Shupriyo Shafkat; Ahmed, Sabrina (BRAC University, 2009-04)
      The importance of public security cannot be overemphasized in today’s world. Surveillance systems consisting of extensive camera networks now have many applications. The London Underground has 9000 cameras, with each ...
    • Automated intruder detection from image sequences using minimum volume sets 

      Ahmed, Tarem; Wei, Xianglin; Ahmed, Supriyo Sabbir; Pathan, Al-Sakib Khan (© 2012 International Journal of Communication Networks and Information Security, 2012)
      We propose a new algorithm based on machine learning techniques for automatic intruder detection in visual surveillance networks. The proposed algorithm is theoretically founded on the concept of Minimum Volume Sets. Through ...
    • Automated surveillance in distributed, visual networks: an empirical comparison of recent algorithms 

      Ahmed, Tarem; Ahmed, Supriyo Sabbir; Pathan, Al-Sakib Khan (© 2014 Science and Engineering Research Support Society, 2014)
      A number of algorithms have been recently proposed for automatic intruder detection from CCTV images. Past researchers have typically tested these algorithms on centralized networks where all images are transmitted to a ...
    • Automating ICU emergency signaling 

      Bengali, Rashida; Yeazdani, Nabila; Zaman, Naima (BRAC University, 2013-08)
      In this thesis, a recursive algorithm based on kernel mapping is applied to develop an automated, ICU Signaling. The method is portable and adaptive, and has lower complexity. Streams of different medical parameters are ...
    • Efficient and effective automated surveillance agents using kernel tricks 

      Ahmed, Tarem; Pathan, Al-Sakib Khan; Ahmed, Supriyo Sabbir; Wei, Xianglin (© 2012 The Society for Modeling and Simulation International., 2012)
      Many schemes have been presented over the years to develop automated visual surveillance systems. However, these schemes typically need custom equipment, or involve significant complexity and storage requirements. In this ...
    • Learning algorithms for anomaly detection from images 

      Ahmed, Tarem; Pathan, Al Sakib Khan; Ahmed, Supriyo Shafkat (© 2017 IGI Global, 2016-08-30)
      Visual surveillance networks are installed in many sensitive places in the present world. Human security officers are required to continuously stare at large numbers of monitors simultaneously, and for lengths of time at ...
    • RouteFinder : real-time optimum vehicle routing using mobile phone network 

      Ahmadullah, Najiba; Islam, Shahpar (BRAC University, 2014-08-28)
      Road traffic congestion is a major issue in most mega cities. The traffic jams are often exacerbated by drivers habitually following the same routes. A real-time, optimum vehicle routing system that takes traffic density ...
    • RouteFinder: real-time optimum vehicle routing using mobile phone network 

      Ahmadullah, Najiba; Islam, Shahpar; Ahmed, Tarem (© 2015 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2015)
      Road traffic congestion is a major issue in most mega cities. The traffic jams are often exacerbated by drivers habitually following the same routes. A real-time, optimum vehicle routing system that takes traffic density ...
    • Supervising vehicle using pattern recognition 

      Lushan, Mihodi Hasan; Bhattacharjee, Manoshi (BRAC University, 2018-04)
      Our lives are becoming busier day by day. We are consequently forced to delegate important activities to other people. In developing countries, the middle class often have paid drivers pick up their children from schools. ...
    • Taking meredith out of Grey's anatomy: automating hospital ICU emergency signaling 

      Ahmed, Tarem; Ahmed, Supriyo Shafkat; Chowdhury, Fazle Elahi (© 2016 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2016-05)
      In this paper we propose a new algorithm based on kernel machines for automatic, instantaneous detection of emergencies occurring in a hospital Intensive Care Unit. The proposed algorithm takes as input the multitude of ...