Detecting Human-Object Interactions via Functional Generalization

@article{Bansal2019DetectingHI,
  title={Detecting Human-Object Interactions via Functional Generalization},
  author={Ankan Bansal and Sai Saketh Rambhatla and Abhinav Shrivastava and Rama Chellappa},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1904.03181}
}
We present an approach for detecting human-object interactions (HOIs) in images, based on the idea that humans interact with functionally similar objects in a similar manner. The proposed model is simple and uses the visual features of the human, relative spatial orientation of the human and the object, and the knowledge that functionally similar objects take part in similar interactions with humans. We provide extensive experimental validation for our approach and demonstrate state-of-the-art… CONTINUE READING

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