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CVPR
2009
IEEE
15 years 1 months ago
Locally Time-Invariant models of Human Activities using Trajectories on the Grassmanian
Human activity analysis is an important problem in computer vision with applications in surveillance and summarization and indexing of consumer content. Complex human activities...
Pavan Turaga, Rama Chellappa
TIP
2008
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13 years 6 months ago
Activity Modeling Using Event Probability Sequences
Changes in motion properties of trajectories provide useful cues for modeling and recognizing human activities. We associate an event with significant changes that are localized in...
Naresh P. Cuntoor, B. Yegnanarayana, Rama Chellapp...
CVIU
2006
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13 years 6 months ago
A general method for human activity recognition in video
In this paper we develop a system for human behaviour recognition in video sequences. Human behaviour is modelled as a stochastic sequence of actions. Actions are described by a f...
Neil Robertson, Ian D. Reid