Temporal and Fine-Grained Pedestrian Action Recognition on Driving Recorder Database
AbstractThe paper presents an emerging issue of fine-grained pedestrian action recognition that induces an advanced pre-crush safety to estimate a pedestrian intention in advance. The fine-grained pedestrian actions include visually slight differences (e.g., walking straight and crossing), which are difficult to distinguish from each other. It is believed that the fine-grained action recognition induces a pedestrian intention estimation for a helpful advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS). The following difficulties have been studied to achieve a fine-grained and accurate pedestrian action recognition: (i) In order to analyze the fine-grained motion of a pedestrian appearance in the vehicle-mounted drive recorder, a method to describe subtle change of motion characteristics occurring in a short time is necessary; (ii) even when the background moves greatly due to the driving of the vehicle, it is necessary to detect changes in subtle motion of the pedestrian; (iii) the collection of large-scale fine-grained actions is very difficult, and therefore a relatively small database should be focused. We find out how to learn an effective recognition model with only a small-scale database. Here, we have thoroughly evaluated several types of configurations to explore an effective approach in fine-grained pedestrian action recognition without a large-scale database. Moreover, two different datasets have been collected in order to raise the issue. Finally, our proposal attained 91.01% on National Traffic Science and Environment Laboratory database (NTSEL) and 53.23% on the near-miss driving recorder database (NDRDB). The paper has improved +8.28% and +6.53% from baseline two-stream fusion convnets. View Full-Text
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Kataoka, H.; Satoh, Y.; Aoki, Y.; Oikawa, S.; Matsui, Y. Temporal and Fine-Grained Pedestrian Action Recognition on Driving Recorder Database. Sensors 2018, 18, 627.
Kataoka H, Satoh Y, Aoki Y, Oikawa S, Matsui Y. Temporal and Fine-Grained Pedestrian Action Recognition on Driving Recorder Database. Sensors. 2018; 18(2):627.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kataoka, Hirokatsu; Satoh, Yutaka; Aoki, Yoshimitsu; Oikawa, Shoko; Matsui, Yasuhiro. 2018. "Temporal and Fine-Grained Pedestrian Action Recognition on Driving Recorder Database." Sensors 18, no. 2: 627.
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