Collaborative Activities Understanding from 3D Data

@inproceedings{Natola2015CollaborativeAU,
  title={Collaborative Activities Understanding from 3D Data},
  author={Fabrizio Natola and Valsamis Ntouskos and Fiora Pirri},
  year={2015}
}
The aim of this work is the recognition of activities performed by collaborating people, starting from a 3D data sequence (specifically, a MOCAP sequence), independently from the point of view from which the sequence is taken and from the physical aspects of the subjects. Many progresses have been made in this field and, in particular, we start from results, for the recognition of actions performed by a single person, obtained in the past years, by Medioni, Gong and other authors, (Gong et al… CONTINUE READING

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