Localized Trajectories for 2D and 3D Action Recognition†
AbstractThe Dense Trajectories concept is one of the most successful approaches in action recognition, suitable for scenarios involving a significant amount of motion. However, due to noise and background motion, many generated trajectories are irrelevant to the actual human activity and can potentially lead to performance degradation. In this paper, we propose Localized Trajectories as an improved version of Dense Trajectories where motion trajectories are clustered around human body joints provided by RGB-D cameras and then encoded by local Bag-of-Words. As a result, the Localized Trajectories concept provides an advanced discriminative representation of actions. Moreover, we generalize Localized Trajectories to 3D by using the depth modality. One of the main advantages of 3D Localized Trajectories is that they describe radial displacements that are perpendicular to the image plane. Extensive experiments and analysis were carried out on five different datasets. View Full-Text
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Papadopoulos, K.; Demisse, G.; Ghorbel, E.; Antunes, M.; Aouada, D.; Ottersten, B. Localized Trajectories for 2D and 3D Action Recognition. Sensors 2019, 19, 3503.
Papadopoulos K, Demisse G, Ghorbel E, Antunes M, Aouada D, Ottersten B. Localized Trajectories for 2D and 3D Action Recognition. Sensors. 2019; 19(16):3503.Chicago/Turabian Style
Papadopoulos, Konstantinos; Demisse, Girum; Ghorbel, Enjie; Antunes, Michel; Aouada, Djamila; Ottersten, Björn. 2019. "Localized Trajectories for 2D and 3D Action Recognition." Sensors 19, no. 16: 3503.
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