PM-GANs: Discriminative Representation Learning for Action Recognition Using Partial-Modalities

@inproceedings{Wang2018PMGANsDR,
  title={PM-GANs: Discriminative Representation Learning for Action Recognition Using Partial-Modalities},
  author={Lan Wang and Chenqiang Gao and Luyu Yang and Yue Zhao and Wangmeng Zuo and Deyu Meng},
  booktitle={ECCV},
  year={2018}
}
Data of different modalities generally convey complimentary but heterogeneous information, and a more discriminative representation is often preferred by combining multiple data modalities like the RGB and infrared features. However in reality, obtaining both data channels is challenging due to many limitations. For example, the RGB surveillance cameras are often restricted from private spaces, which is in conflict with the need of abnormal activity detection for personal security. As a result… CONTINUE READING
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