Simulation-based visual analysis of individual and group dynamic behavior

Gasiorowski, Pawel, Vassilev, Vassil and Ouazzane, Karim (2016) Simulation-based visual analysis of individual and group dynamic behavior. In: World Congress in Computer Science, 25-28 July 2016, Las Vegas, USA.


The article presents a new framework for individual and group dynamic behavior analysis with wide applicability to video surveillance and security, accidents and safety management, customer insight and computer games. It combines graphical multi-agent simulation and motion pattern recognition for performing visual data analysis using an object-centric approach. The article describes the simulation model used for modeling the individual and group dynamics which is based on the analytical description of dynamic trajectories in closed micro-worlds and the individual and group behavior patterns exhibited by the agents in the visual scene. The simulator is implemented using 3D graphics tools and supports real-time event log analysis for pattern recognition and classification of the individual and group agent’s behavior.

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