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Recognizing human actions from video has been a challenging problem in computer vision. Although human actions can be inferred from a wide range of data, it has been demonstrated that simple human actions can be inferred by tracking the movement of the head in 2D. This is a promising idea as detecting and tracking the head is expected to be simpler and faster because the head has lower shape variability and higher visibility than other body parts (e.g., hands and/or feet). Although tracking the movement of the head alone does not provide sufficient information for distinguishing among complex human actions, it could serve as a complimentary component of a more sophisticated action recognition system. In this article, we extend this idea by developing a more general, viewpoint invariant, action recognition system by detecting and tracking the 3D position of the head using multiple cameras. The proposed approach employs Principal Component Analysis (PCA) to register the 3D trajectories in a common coordinate system and Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) to align them in time for matching. We present experimental results to demonstrate the potential of using 3D head trajectory information to distinguish among simple but common human actions independently of viewpoint.  相似文献
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Target detection and tracking represent two fundamental steps in automatic video-based surveillance systems where the goal is to provide intelligent recognition capabilities by analyzing target behavior. This paper presents a framework for video-based surveillance where target detection is integrated with tracking to improve detection results. In contrast to methods that apply target detection and tracking sequentially and independently from each other, we feed the results of tracking back to the detection stage in order to adaptively optimize the detection threshold and improve system robustness. First, the initial target locations are extracted using background subtraction. To model the background, we employ Support Vector Regression (SVR) which is updated over time using an on-line learning scheme. Target detection is performed by thresholding the outputs of the SVR model. Tracking uses shape projection histograms to iteratively localize the targets and improve the confidence level of detection. For verification, additional information based on size, color and motion information is utilized. Feeding back the results of tracking to the detection stage restricts the range of detection threshold values, suppresses false alarms due to noise, and allows to continuously detect small targets as well as targets undergoing perspective projection distortions. We have validated the proposed framework in two different application scenarios, one detecting vehicles at a traffic intersection using visible video and the other detecting pedestrians at a university campus walkway using thermal video. Our experimental results and comparisons with frame-based detection and kernel-based tracking methods illustrate the robustness of our approach.
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