Detecting group activities using rigidity of formation

@inproceedings{Khan2005DetectingGA,
  title={Detecting group activities using rigidity of formation},
  author={Saad M. Khan and Mubarak Shah},
  booktitle={MULTIMEDIA '05},
  year={2005}
}
Most work in human activity recognition is limited to relatively simple behaviors like sitting down, standing up or other dramatic posture changes. Very little has been achieved in detecting more complicated behaviors especially those characterized by the collective participation of several individuals. In this work we present a novel approach to recognizing the class of activities characterized by their rigidity in formation for example people parades, airplane flight formations or herds of… CONTINUE READING

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