• A hybrid social influence model for pedestrian motion segmentation 

      Ullah, Habib; Ullah, Mohib; Muhammad, Uzair (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      A hybrid social influence model (HSIM) has been proposed which is a novel and automatic method for pedestrian motion segmentation. One of the major attractions of the HSIM is its capability to handle motion segmentation ...
    • Anomalous entities detection and localization in pedestrian flows 

      Ullah, Habib; Altamimi, Ahmed Bder; Uzair, Muhammad; Ullah, Mohib (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      We propose a novel Gaussian kernel based integration model (GKIM) for anomalous entities detection and localization in pedestrian flows. The GKIM integrates spatio-temporal features for efficient and robust motion ...
    • Density independent hydrodynamics model for crowd coherency detection 

      Ullah, Habib; Uzair, Muhammad; Ullah, Mohib; Khan, Asif; Ahmad, Ayaz; Khan, Wilayat (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      We propose density independent hydrodynamics model (DIHM) which is a novel and automatic method for coherency detection in crowded scenes. One of the major advantages of the DIHM is its capability to handle changing density ...
    • Disam: Density Independent and Scale Aware Model for Crowd Counting and Localization 

      Khan, Sultan Daud; Ullah, Habib; Uzair, Mohammad; Ullah, Mohib; Ullah, Rehan; Alaya Cheikh, Faouzi (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      People counting in high density crowds is emerging as a new frontier in crowd video surveillance. Crowd counting in high density crowds encounters many challenges, such as severe occlusions, few pixels per head, and large ...
    • Human action recognition in videos using stable features 

      Ullah, Mohib; Ullah, Habib; Alseadonn, Ibrahim M (Journal article, 2017)
      Human action recognition is still a challenging problem and researchers are focusing to investigate this problem using different techniques. We propose a robust approach for human action recognition. This is achieved by ...
    • Internal Emotion Classification Using EEG Signal With Sparse Discriminative Ensemble 

      Ullah, Habib; Muhammad, Uzair; Mahmood, Arif; Ullah, Mohib; Khan, Sultan Daud; Cheikh, Faouzi Alaya (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Among various physiological signal acquisition methods for the study of the human brain, EEG (Electroencephalography) is more effective. EEG provides a convenient, non-intrusive, and accurate way of capturing brain signals ...