Wide-Area Crowd Counting via Ground-Plane Density Maps and Multi-View Fusion CNNs

CVPR 2019 Qi Zhang Antoni B. Chan

Crowd counting in single-view images has achieved outstanding performance on existing counting datasets. However, single-view counting is not applicable to large and wide scenes (e.g., public parks, long subway platforms, or event spaces) because a single camera cannot capture the whole scene in adequate detail for counting, e.g., when the scene is too large to fit into the field-of-view of the camera, too long so that the resolution is too low on faraway crowds, or when there are too many large objects that occlude large portions of the crowd... (read more)

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