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DynamicBoost: Boosting Time Series Generated by Dynamical Systems

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DynamicBoost: Boosting Time Series Generated by Dynamical Systems
Boosting is a remarkably simple and flexible classification algorithm with widespread applications in computer vision. However, the application of boosting to nonEuclidean, infinite length, and time-varying data, such as videos, is not straightforward. In dynamic textures, for example, the temporal evolution of image intensities is captured by a linear dynamical system, whose parameters live in a Stiefel manifold: clearly non-Euclidean. In this paper, we present a novel boosting method for the recognition of visual dynamical processes. Our key contribution is the design of weak classifiers (features) that are formulated as linear dynamical systems. The main advantage of such features is that they can be applied to infinitely long sequences and that they can be efficiently computed by solving a set of Sylvester equations. We also present an application of our method to dynamic texture classification.
René Vidal, Paolo Favaro
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICCV
Authors René Vidal, Paolo Favaro
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