David Martínez Mercado

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The visual analysis of human manipulation actions is of interest for e.g. human-robot interaction applications where a robot learns how to perform a task by watching a human. In this paper, a method for classifying manipulation actions in the context of the objects manipulated, and classifying objects in the context of the actions used to manipulate them is(More)
We investigate modeling and recognition of object manipulation actions for the purpose of imitation based learning in robotics. To model the process, we are using a combination of discriminative (support vector machines, conditional random fields) and generative approaches (hidden Markov models). We examine the hypothesis that complex actions can be(More)
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