Variations of a Hough-Voting Action Recognition System


This paper presents two variations of a Hough-voting framework used for action recognition and shows classification results for lowresolution video and videos depicting human interactions. For low-resolution videos, where people performing actions are around 30 pixels, we adopt low-level features such as gradients and optical flow. For group actions with human-human interactions, we take the probabilistic action labels from the Hough-voting framework for single individuals and combine them into group actions using decision profiles and classifier combination.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-17711-8_31
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@inproceedings{Waltisberg2010VariationsOA, title={Variations of a Hough-Voting Action Recognition System}, author={Daniel Waltisberg and Angela Yao and Juergen Gall and Luc Van Gool}, booktitle={ICPR Contests}, year={2010} }