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CVPR
2011
IEEE
8 years 7 months ago
Recognizing Human Actions by Attributes
In this paper we explore the idea of using high-level semantic concepts, also called attributes, to represent human actions from videos and argue that attributes enable the constr...
Jingen Liu
ICCV
2011
IEEE
7 years 11 months ago
Human Action Recognition by Learning Bases of Action Attributes and Parts
In this work, we propose to use attributes and parts for recognizing human actions in still images. We define action attributes as the verbs that describe the properties of human...
Bangpeng Yao, Xiaoye Jiang, Aditya Khosla, Andy La...
CVPR
2008
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Recognizing human actions using multiple features
In this paper, we propose a framework that fuses multiple features for improved action recognition in videos. The fusion of multiple features is important for recognizing actions ...
Jingen Liu, Saad Ali, Mubarak Shah
IUI
2012
ACM
7 years 6 months ago
Towards recognizing "cool": can end users help computer vision recognize subjective attributes of objects in images?
Recent computer vision approaches are aimed at richer image interpretations that extend the standard recognition of objects in images (e.g., cars) to also recognize object attribu...
William Curran, Travis Moore, Todd Kulesza, Weng-K...
CVPR
2012
IEEE
7 years 1 months ago
SUN attribute database: Discovering, annotating, and recognizing scene attributes
In this paper we present the first large-scale scene attribute database. First, we perform crowd-sourced human studies to find a taxonomy of 102 discriminative attributes. Next,...
Genevieve Patterson, James Hays
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