Classification of Multi-class Daily Human Motion using Discriminative Body Parts and Sentence Descriptions

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In this paper, we propose a motion model that focuses on the discriminative parts of the human body related to target motions to classify human motions into specific categories, and apply this model to multi-class daily motion classifications. We extend this model to a motion recognition system which generates multiple sentences associated with human… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11263-017-1053-3

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@article{Goutsu2017ClassificationOM, title={Classification of Multi-class Daily Human Motion using Discriminative Body Parts and Sentence Descriptions}, author={Yusuke Goutsu and Wataru Takano and Yoshihiko Nakamura}, journal={International Journal of Computer Vision}, year={2017}, pages={1-20} }