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Engineering - Signals & Communication | Human Action Analysis with Randomized Trees

Human Action Analysis with Randomized Trees

Yu, Gang, Yuan, Junsong, Liu, Zicheng

2015, VIII, 83 p. 30 illus. in color.

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  • About this book

  • Step-by-step introduction to help the readers understand the topic of human action analysis
  • Presents one basic algorithm that can used in various applications
  • Practical examples and applications will be presented
  • Covers the most recent advancement in the human action analysis
This book will provide a comprehensive overview on human action analysis with randomized trees. It will cover both the supervised random trees and the unsupervised random trees. When there are sufficient amount of labeled data available, supervised random trees provides a fast method for space-time interest point matching. When labeled data is minimal as in the case of example-based action search, unsupervised random trees is used to leverage the unlabelled data. We describe how the randomized trees can be used for action classification, action detection, action search, and action prediction. We will also describe techniques for space-time action localization including branch-and-bound sub-volume search and propagative Hough voting.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Action Categorization - Branch-and-bound - Hough Voting - Human Action Analysis - Human Action Localization - Human Action Recognition - Random Tree - Unsupervised Learning

Related subjects » Image Processing - Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes - Signals & Communication

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