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Robust Real-Time Human Activity Recognition from Tracked Face Displacements

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Robust Real-Time Human Activity Recognition from Tracked Face Displacements
We are interested in the challenging scientific pursuit of how to characterize human activities in any formal meeting situation by tracking people’s positions with a computer vision system. We present a human activity recognition algorithm that works within the framework of CAMEO (the Camera Assisted Meeting Event Observer), a panoramic vision system designed to operate in real-time and in uncalibrated environments. Human activity is difficult to characterize within the constraints that the CAMEO must operate, including uncalibrated deployment and unmodeled occlusions. This paper describes these challenges and how we address them by identifying invariant features and robust activity models. We present experimental results of our recognizer correctly classifying person data.
Paul E. Rybski, Manuela M. Veloso
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where EPIA
Authors Paul E. Rybski, Manuela M. Veloso
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