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KI
2010
Springer
9 years 10 months ago
Towards High-Level Human Activity Recognition through Computer Vision and Temporal Logic
Most approaches to the visual perception of humans do not include high-level activity recognitition. This paper presents a system that fuses and interprets the outputs of several c...
Joris Ijsselmuiden, Rainer Stiefelhagen
CVPR
2003
IEEE
11 years 1 months ago
Recognising and Monitoring High-Level Behaviours in Complex Spatial Environments
The recognition of activities from sensory data is important in advanced surveillance systems to enable prediction of high-level goals and intentions of the target under surveilla...
Nam Thanh Nguyen, Hung Hai Bui, Svetha Venkatesh, ...
PCM
2001
Springer
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10 years 4 months ago
VizWear: Toward Human-Centered Interaction through Wearable Vision and Visualization
Abstract. In this paper, we discuss the development of wearable systems which we collectively term VizWear. Vision plays an important role in both people's and computers'...
Takeshi Kurata, Takashi Okuma, Masakatsu Kourogi, ...
ECCV
2004
Springer
11 years 1 months ago
A Linguistic Feature Vector for the Visual Interpretation of Sign Language
Abstract. This paper presents a novel approach to sign language recognition that provides extremely high classification rates on minimal training data. Key to this approach is a 2 ...
Richard Bowden, David Windridge, Timor Kadir, Andr...
CVPR
2007
IEEE
11 years 1 months ago
A Unified Probabilistic Framework for Facial Activity Modeling and Understanding
Facial activities are the most natural and powerful means of human communication. Spontaneous facial activity is characterized by rigid head movements, non-rigid facial muscular m...
Yan Tong, Wenhui Liao, Zheng Xue, Qiang Ji
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