Moving object extraction is the core of event detection in video surveillance. Although many related methods have been proposed to extract moving objects, even advanced applications still encounter cavity problems, which are false detection and deficiencies resulting from cavities inside the body or fragmented foreground objects. In this paper, an entirely new structure for extracting moving objects is proposed. This scheme is based on the concepts of hysteresis thresholding and motion compensation, which constitute spatial and temporal compensations, respectively. Experimental results show that the proposed scheme can outperform modern moving object detection methods in terms of precision, recall, F-measure, and other measurements.
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