UCSD (UCSD Anomaly Detection Dataset)

Introduced by Vijay Mahadevan et al. in Anomaly detection in crowded scenes

The UCSD Anomaly Detection Dataset was acquired with a stationary camera mounted at an elevation, overlooking pedestrian walkways. The crowd density in the walkways was variable, ranging from sparse to very crowded. In the normal setting, the video contains only pedestrians. Abnormal events are due to either: the circulation of non pedestrian entities in the walkways anomalous pedestrian motion patterns Commonly occurring anomalies include bikers, skaters, small carts, and people walking across a walkway or in the grass that surrounds it. A few instances of people in wheelchair were also recorded. All abnormalities are naturally occurring, i.e. they were not staged for the purposes of assembling the dataset. The data was split into 2 subsets, each corresponding to a different scene. The video footage recorded from each scene was split into various clips of around 200 frames.

Source: The UCSD Anomaly Detection Dataset

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