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Classical work in computer vision has emphasized the study of individual objects, e.g. object recognition or tracking. More recently, it has been realized that most of these approaches do not scale well to scenes that depict crowded environments. These are scenes with many objects, which are imaged at low resolution, and interact in complex ways. Solving vision problems in these environments requires the ability to model and reason about a crowd as a whole. I will review recent work in my lab in this area, including the design of statistical models for the appearance and dynamics of crowd video with multiple flows, and their application to the solution of problems such as crowd counting, dynamic background subtraction, and anomaly detection.

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