List of accepted papers

We are happy to announce the list of accepted papers. We would like to point out that we have received a large number of papers and that, unfortunately, some high-value scientific works have also been rejected for lack of space.

We accepted 52 papers (45% acceptance rate) .

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8 Structured LSTM for Human-Object Interaction Detection and Anticipation Anh Truong, Atsuo Yoshitaka ORAL
9 Latent Embeddings for Collective Activity Recognition Yongyi Tang, Peizhen Zhang, Jian-Fang Hu, Wei-Shi Zheng POSTER
15 Semantic Annotation of Surveillance Videos for Abnormal Crowd Behaviour Search and Analysis Melike Sah, Cem Direkoglu POSTER
18 Building an Intelligent Video and Image Analysis Evaluation Platform for Public Security Chuanping Hu, Gengjian Xue, Lin Mei, Li Qi, Jie Shao, Yanfeng Shang, Jian Wang POSTER
19 People Detection in Top-View Fisheye Imaging Oded Krams, Nahum Kiryati ORAL
20 ADM-HIPaR: An Efficient Background Subtraction Approach Thien Huynh-The, Sungyoung Lee, Cam-Hao Hua ORAL
23 Motion Compensation of Submillimeter Wave 3D Imaging Radar Data for Security Screening Maria Axelsson, Mikael Karlsson, Henrik Peterson POSTER
27 Background Modeling using Adaptive Properties of Hybrid Features Jaemyun Kim, Adin Ramirez Rivera,) Byeongwoo Kim, Kaushik Roy, Oksam Chae POSTER
28 Action Recognition from Extremely Low-Resolution Thermal Image Sequence Takayuki Kawashima, Yasutomo Kawanishi, Daisuke Deguchi, Ichiro Ide, Hiroshi Murase, Tomoyoshi Aizawa, Masato Kawade POSTER
37 Background Subtraction Using Encoder-Decoder Structured Convolutional Neural Network Kyungsun Lim, Won-Dong Jang, Chang-Su Kim ORAL
38 Action Recognition based on a mixture of RGB and Depth based skeleton Srijan Das, Michal   Koperski, Francois Bremond, Gianpiero Francesca POSTER
41 Triplet CNN and Pedestrian Attribute Recognition for Improved Person Re-identification Yiqiang CHEN, Stefan Duffner, Andrei STOIAN, Jean-yves DUFOUR, Atilla BASKURT ORAL
44 Active Collaborative Ensemble Tracking Kourosh Meshgi, Maryadm sadat Mirzaei, Shigeyuki Oba, Shin Ishii POSTER
46 Deep Spatial Pyramid for Person Re-identification Slawomir Bak, Peter Carr ORAL
48 Attributes Co-occurrence Pattern Mining for Video-based Person Re-identification Xiu Zhang, Federico Pala, Bir Bhanu POSTER
49 Inferring State Transition from Bystander to Participant in Free-style Conversational Interaction Tatsuya Era, Hiroki Yoshimura, Masashi Nishiyama, Yoshio Iwai ORAL
51 PASS: Privacy Aware Secure Signature Scheme for Surveillance Systems Jihye Kim, Seunghwa Lee, Jungjun Yoon, Hankyung Ko, Seungri Kim, Hyunok Oh POSTER
54 Movies Tags Extraction Using Deep Learning Umair Khan, Miguel Amor, Naveed Ejaz, Heiko Sparenberg POSTER
56 Generative Adversarial Models for People Attribute Recognition in Surveillance Matteo Fabbri, Simone Calderara, Rita Cucchiara ORAL
57 Aerial Video Surveillance System for Small-Scale UAV Environment Monitoring Danilo Avola, Gian Luca Foresti, Niki Martinel, Christian Micheloni, Daniele Pannone, Claudio Piciarelli POSTER
58 A 3D-Autism Dataset for Repetitive Behaviours with Kinect Sensor Omar RIHAWI, Djemal MERAD, Jean Luc Damoiseaux POSTER
59 Fast gender recognition in videos using a novel descriptor based on the gradient magnitudes of facial landmarks George Azzopardi, Antonio Greco, Alessia Saggese, Mario Vento POSTER
61 Exploiting Gaussian Mixture Importance for Person Re-identification Xiangping Zhu, Amran Bhuiyan, Mohamed Lamine Mekhalfi, Vittorio Murino ORAL
67 Enhancing audio surveillance with Deep Neural Networks Federico Colangelo, Federica Battisti, Marco Carli, Alessandro Neri, Francesco Calabrò ORAL
71 Approximate License Plate String Matching for Vehicle Re-Identification NATTTACHAI WATCHARAPINCHAI, SITAPA RUJIKIETGUMJORN POSTER
72 An Evidential Framework for Pedestrian Detection in High-Density Crowds Jennifer Vandoni, Emanuel Aldea, Sylvie Le Hégarat ORAL
77 Multi-region Bilinear Convolutional Neural Networks for Person Re-Identification Evgeniya Ustinova, Victor Lempitsky ORAL
78 Multi-scale Histogram Tone Mapping Algorithm Enables Better Object Detection in Wide Dynamic Range Images Jie Yang POSTER
79 An Adaptive Fusion Scheme of Color and Edge Features for Background Subtraction Kaushik Roy, Jaemyun Kim, Md Tauhid Bin Iqbal, Farkhod Makhmudkhujaev, Byungyong Ryu, Oksam Chae ORAL
80 CNN-based Cascaded Multi-task Learning of High-level Prior and Density Estimation for Crowd Counting Vishwanath Sindagi, Vishal Patel ORAL
84 Learning to Detect Violent Videos using Convolutional Long Short-Term Memory Swathikiran Sudhakaran, Oswald Lanz POSTER
91 Active visual tracking in multi-agent scenarios Yiming Wang, Andrea Cavallaro ORAL
94 A Signal Detection Theory Approach for Camera Tamper Detection Pranav Mantini, Shishir K. Shah POSTER
96 Video-Based Single Sample Face Recognition Using Face Frontalization via Autoencoders Deep Neural Networks Saman Bashbaghi, Mostafa Parchami, Eric Granger ORAL
97 Multi-Object tracking using Multi-Channel Part Appearance Representation Thi Lan Anh NGUYEN, Francois Bremond, Furqan Muhammed Khan, Farhood Negin ORAL
99 Combining Spatial and Temporal Features for Crowd Counting with Point Supervision Haiying Jiang POSTER
100 Abnormal behavior detection in LWIR surveillance of railway platforms Kristof Van Beeck, Kristof Van Engeland, Joost Vennekens, Toon Goedemé POSTER
102 Effective Heart Rate Estimation Using Deep Learning on Time-Frequency Representations Gee-Sern Hsu, ArulMurugan Ambikapa, Ming-Shiang Chen POSTER
103 Action Localization in Video using a Graph-based Feature Representation Iveel Jargalsaikhan, Noel O’Connor, Suzanne Little ORAL
104 A knowledge-based approach for video event detection using spatio-temporal sliding windows Danilo Cavaliere, Sabrina Senatore, Pierluigi Ritrovato, Luca Greco POSTER
105 Learning Feature Representation for Face Verification Sangwoo Park, Jongmin Yu, Moongu Jeon POSTER
106 Robust License Plate Detection In The Wild Gee-Sern Hsu, ArulMurugan Ambikapa, Sheng-Luen Chung POSTER
109 A batch asynchronous tracker for wireless smart-camera networks Sandeep Katragadda, Andrea Cavallaro POSTER
111 Analytics of Deep Neural Network in Change Detection Tsubasa Minematsu, Atsushi Shimada, Rin-Ichiro Taniguchi POSTER
115 Suspected Vehicle Detection for Driving without License Plate Using Symmelets and Edge Connectivity Jun-Wei Hsieh POSTER
116 An efficient and effective method for people detection from top-view depth cameras Vincenzo Carletti, Luca Del Pizzo, Gennaro Percannella, Mario Vento ORAL
118 Hyper-optimization tools comparison for parameter tuning applications Camille Maurice, Jorge Francisco Madrigal Diaz, Frédéric Lerasle POSTER
119 Applying Audio Description for Context Understanding of Surveillance Videos by People With Visual Impairments Virginia Campos, Luiz Goncalves, Tiago Araujo POSTER
126 Convolutional NNs for Face Recognition in Video Surveillance Using a Single Training Sample Per Person Mostafa Parchami, Saman Bashbaghi, Eric Granger ORAL
128 Modeling and classification of trajectories based on a Gaussian process decomposition into discrete components Damian Campo, Mohamad Baydoun, Lucio Marcenaro, Andrea Cavallaro, Carlo Regazzoni POSTER
130 Joint Cost Minimization for Multi-Object Tracking ABHIJEET BORAGULE, Moongu Jeon POSTER
131 Activity Recognition Using a Panoramic Camera for Homecare Oscal T.-C. Chen, Ching-Han Tsai, Hung Ha Manh, Wei-Chih Lai POSTER


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Oral presentations:

  • Presentation format: Oral talks are given 20 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions. This includes time for switching between speakers and the introduction. You will be asked to leave the podium once your time is up. Please make sure you do not exceed the given time limit.
  • Arrival time: Oral presenters should be present at the podium at least 20 minutes before the start of the session. Please introduce yourself to your session chair in the presentation room, upload your slides on USB drive to conference computer or test your laptop (if you use conference computer, remember to embed (and not link) all videos into the presentation).
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  • NOTE: All oral presentations have also been allocated a poster presentation. The poster presentation will be scheduled in the subsequent poster session after the talk. For detailed instructions for poster preparation, see below (spotlight presentation is not required for posters associated to oral presentations).

Poster presentations:

  • Presentation format: The poster format is A0 portrait. Poster boards are 841mm wide x 1189mm tall (equivalent to 33.1 inch wide x 46.8 inch tall). Adhesive material and/or pins will be provided for mounting the posters to the boards. The board for your poster will be identified by paper number from the program. If you have special requirements, please contact local organizers as soon as possible. We will try to accommodate your requests as much as possible.
  • Arrival time: Poster presenters are asked to install their posters during the coffee break prior to the poster session. Remove posters promptly at the conclusion of each poster session.
  • Poster printing: We can support you in poster printing; if you need to print you poster on-site, please send an email to
  • Spotlight Presentation:
    • Each poster will also have a ORAL spotlight presentation right at the beginning of and during each poster session.
    • Each spotlight presenter will give a very short (2 minutes max) “teaser” talk to advertise his/her poster. Note that the intention of the spotlights is to draw people’s attention to the posters and are not meant to be mini-talks. Think of it as a commercial for your paper to motivate people to learn more (most commercials are only 30-60 seconds long).
    • Feel free to include pictures. However, do not include any videos or clickable animations in the slide.
    • DEADLINE: Slides for the spotlight are due by August 10th (11:59 PM CET)This is a hard deadline! Slides have to be sent in ppt format to

Boards to stick posters are pre-assigned. Please refer to the tables attached below to find your board.  Presenters should indicate the assigned board number in their oral or spotlight presentation in order to allow conference attendees to easily reach it.

Poster session 1

Poster session 2

Spotlight PPT template