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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET) (Vol.11, No. 12)

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Page : 177-182

Keywords : Crowd Estimation; Crowd Density; Monitoring Technology; Bottleneck; Artificial Neural Network (ANN).;

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Computer vision strategies have been employed in latest years to produce precise & generic linear regressions of crowd counts. Cross counting is stimulating chore besides serious occlusions, differences in size, inconsistencies in the viewpoint and lighting conditions. For this reason researcher propose a deep spatial regression model for the number & arbitrary tenacity of persons contemporary in still picture. Our suggested model is grounded on CNN & long term memory. To derive a series of high level characteristics, researchers places the images in a pre-trained CNN. The characteristics in adjacent regions are then used to reverse the counts of the locals with an LSTM structure which considers spatial data. A calculation of the local patches is used to achieve the final global count. Crowd counting & density assessment issue is superior to status of art reliable and efficient approaches. Researchers apply our system to different difficult crowd count data sets. India is a land of immense culture & tradition in which festivals, social or cultural events take place almost every day. Large quantity of folks are involved in this kind of meeting to control the crowd with the workforce. This research is therefore about this issue being overcome and technology is tracking and managing the crowd. The new technology is about to foresee the bottleneck and give moving crowds the scale, speed and direction. The multitude estimate is grounded on data collected last year i.e. the size of mass, the speed and the direction of the moving crowd which estimates the area and time of the bottleneck occurring by Artificial Neural Network (ANN).

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