Abstract: With the wide applications of vision based intelligent systems, image and video analysis technologies have attracted the attention of researchers in the computer vision field. In image and video analysis, human activity recognition is an important research direction. By interpreting and understanding human activity, we can recognize and predict the occurrence of crimes and help the police or other agencies react immediately. In the past, a large number of papers have been published on human activity recognition in video and image sequences. In this paper, we provide a comprehensive survey of the recent development of the techniques, including methods, systems, and quantitative evaluation towards the performance of human activity recognition.
Keywords: vision surveillance; activity recognition; surveillance system; performance evaluation
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Xu, X.; Tang, J.; Zhang, X.; Liu, X.; Zhang, H.; Qiu, Y. Exploring Techniques for Vision Based Human Activity Recognition: Methods, Systems, and Evaluation. Sensors 2013, 13, 1635-1650.
Xu X, Tang J, Zhang X, Liu X, Zhang H, Qiu Y. Exploring Techniques for Vision Based Human Activity Recognition: Methods, Systems, and Evaluation. Sensors. 2013; 13(2):1635-1650.
Xu, Xin; Tang, Jinshan; Zhang, Xiaolong; Liu, Xiaoming; Zhang, Hong; Qiu, Yimin. 2013. "Exploring Techniques for Vision Based Human Activity Recognition: Methods, Systems, and Evaluation." Sensors 13, no. 2: 1635-1650.