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From pose to activity: Surveying datasets and introducing CONVERSE / Jingjing, Deng; Xianghua, Xie

Computer Vision and Image Understanding, Volume: 144, Pages: 73 - 105

Swansesa University Authors: Jingjing, Deng, Xianghua, Xie

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We present a review on the current state of publicly available datasets within the human action recognition community; highlighting the revival of pose based methods and recent progress of understanding person-person interaction modeling. We also propose a novel dataset that represents complex conve...

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Published in: Computer Vision and Image Understanding
ISSN: 10773142
Published: 2016
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa26730
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Abstract: We present a review on the current state of publicly available datasets within the human action recognition community; highlighting the revival of pose based methods and recent progress of understanding person-person interaction modeling. We also propose a novel dataset that represents complex conversational interactions between two individuals via 3D pose. 8 pairwise interactions describing 7 separate conversation based scenarios were collected using two Kinect depth sensors. The intention is to provide events that are constructed from numerous primitive actions, interactions and motions, over a period of time; providing a set of subtle action classes that are more representative of the real world, and a chal- lenge to currently developed recognition methodologies. We believe this is among one of the first datasets devoted to conversational interaction classification using 3D pose features and the attributed papers show this task is indeed possible.
Keywords: Human Pose, Interaction, Action, Conversational Interaction, Data Set
College: College of Science
Start Page: 73
End Page: 105