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CVPR
2000
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Representation and Recognition of Complex Human Motion
The quest for a vision system capable of representing and recognizing arbitrary motions benefits from a low dimensional, non-specific representation of flow fields, to be used in ...
Jesse Hoey, James J. Little
AMDO
2006
Springer
9 years 6 months ago
Composition of Complex Motion Models from Elementary Human Motions
An appraisal of human motions and particular motion phases is essential for a good interaction between a human and a humanoid robot. We present a new method for the analysis of hum...
Jörg Moldenhauer, Ingo Boesnach, Thorsten Ste...
ICPR
2004
IEEE
10 years 3 months ago
Recognizing Human Actions: A Local SVM Approach
Local space-time features capture local events in video and can be adapted to the size, the frequency and the velocity of moving patterns. In this paper we demonstrate how such fe...
Christian Schüldt, Ivan Laptev, Barbara Caput...
CVIU
2007
158views more  CVIU 2007»
9 years 2 months ago
Local velocity-adapted motion events for spatio-temporal recognition
In this paper, we address the problem of motion recognition using event-based local motion representations. We assume that similar patterns of motion contain similar events with c...
Ivan Laptev, Barbara Caputo, Christian Schüld...
IROS
2007
IEEE
129views Robotics» more  IROS 2007»
9 years 8 months ago
Representability of human motions by factorial hidden Markov models
— This paper describes an improved methodology for human motion recognition and imitation based on Factorial Hidden Markov Models (FHMM). Unlike conventional Hidden Markov Models...
Dana Kulic, Wataru Takano, Yoshihiko Nakamura
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