Detection and Counting of Vehicles in A High Way Traffic Videos

Challa. Hariprasad, Sri M. Devendra


Automatic detecting and counting vehicles in unsupervised video on highways is a very challenging problem in computer vision with important practical applications such as to monitor activities at traffic intersections for detecting congestions, and then predict the traffic flow which assists in regulating traffic. Manually reviewing the large amount of data they generate is often impractical. The background subtraction and image segmentation based on morphological transformation for tracking and counting vehicles on highways is proposed. This algorithm uses erosion followed by dilation on various frames. Proposed algorithm segments the image by preserving important edges which improves the adaptive background mixture model and makes the system learn faster and more accurately, as well as adapt effectively to changing environments.

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