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ScientificWorldJournal. 2014 Jan 16;2014:810185. doi: 10.1155/2014/810185. eCollection 2014.

The complex action recognition via the correlated topic model.

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  • 1School of Information Science and Engineering, Central South University, ChangSha, Hunan 410075, China.
  • 2School of Traffic and Transportation Engineering, ChangSha University of Science & Technology, ChangSha, Hunan 410004, China.

Abstract

Human complex action recognition is an important research area of the action recognition. Among various obstacles to human complex action recognition, one of the most challenging is to deal with self-occlusion, where one body part occludes another one. This paper presents a new method of human complex action recognition, which is based on optical flow and correlated topic model (CTM). Firstly, the Markov random field was used to represent the occlusion relationship between human body parts in terms of an occlusion state variable. Secondly, the structure from motion (SFM) is used for reconstructing the missing data of point trajectories. Then, we can extract the key frame based on motion feature from optical flow and the ratios of the width and height are extracted by the human silhouette. Finally, we use the topic model of correlated topic model (CTM) to classify action. Experiments were performed on the KTH, Weizmann, and UIUC action dataset to test and evaluate the proposed method. The compared experiment results showed that the proposed method was more effective than compared methods.

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24574920
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PMCID:
PMC3915526
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