Software System for End-Products Accounting in Bakery Production Lines Based on Distributed Video Streams Analysis

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Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
Ph.D. and director of "Electronic Systems" Co. Ltd.
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine

Among the main requirements of modern surveillance systems are stability in the face of negative influences and intellectualization. The purpose of intellectualization is that the surveillance system should perform not only the main functions such as monitoring and stream recording but also have to provide effective stream processing. The requirement for this processing is that the system operation has to be automated, and the operator's influence should be minimal. Modern intelligent surveillance systems require the development of grouping methods. The context of the grouping method here is associated with a decomposition of the target problem. Depending on the purpose of the system, the target problem can represent several subproblems, each of which usually accomplishes by artificial intelligence or data mining methods.

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