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Multimodal 3-D Tracking and Event Detection via the Particle Filter
Determining the occurrence of an event is fundamental to developing systems that can observe and react to them. Often, this determination is based on collecting video and/or audio...
Dmitry N. Zotkin, Ramani Duraiswami, Larry S. Davi...
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2001
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Recognizing Action Events from Multiple Viewpoints
A first step towards an understanding of the semantic content in a video is the reliable detection and recognition of actions performed by objects. This is a dificult problem due ...
Tanveer Fathima Syeda-Mahmood, M. Alex O. Vasilesc...
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2001
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Temporal Events in All Dimensions and Scales
This paper describes a new representation for the audio and visual information in a video signal. We reduce the dimensionality of the signals with singular-value decompositions (S...
Malcolm Slaney, Dulce B. Ponceleon, James Kaufman
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2001
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View-Invariant Representation and Learning of Human Action
Automatically understanding human actions from video sequences is a very challenging problem. This involves the extraction of relevant visual information from a video sequence, re...
Cen Rao, Mubarak Shah
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2001
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Content-Based Video Retrieval by Integrating Spatio-Temporal and Stochastic Recognition of Events
As amounts of publicly uvuiluble video dutu grow, the need to query this dutu efficiently becomes signijcunt. Consequently, content-bused retrievul of video datu turns out to be U...
Milan Petkovic, Willem Jonker
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2001
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Hierarchical Motion History Images for Recognizing Human Motion
There has been a recent and increasing interest in computer analysis and recognition of human motion. Previously we presented an efficient real-time approach for representing huma...
James W. Davis
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2001
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Detecting Independently Moving Objects and Their Interactions in Georeferenced Airborne Video
In airborne video, objects are tracked from a moving camera and often imaged at very low resolution. The camera movement makes it difficult to determine whether or not an object i...
J. Brian Burns
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