Multi-view discriminative and structured dictionary learning with group sparsity for human action recognition

@article{Gao2015MultiviewDA,
  title={Multi-view discriminative and structured dictionary learning with group sparsity for human action recognition},
  author={Zan Gao and Hua Zhang and G. P. Xu and Y. B. Xue and Alexander G. Hauptmann},
  journal={Signal Processing},
  year={2015},
  volume={112},
  pages={83-97}
}
Human action may be observed from multi-view, which are highly related but sometimes look different from each other. Traditional metric learning algorithms have achieved satisfactory performance in single-view, but they often fail or do not satisfy when they are utilized to fuse different views. Thus, multi-view discriminative and structured dictionary learning with group sparsity and graph model (GM-GS-DSDL) is proposed to fuse different views and recognize human actions. First, spatio… CONTINUE READING

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