Presentation 2005/3/17
Understanding Human Activity under Considering Constraint Relationship with Objects
Juanda LOKMAN, Masahide KANEKO,
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Abstract(in English) In our daily life scene, human usually perform an action or simultaneous action that interact with one or several objects in the environment, e.g., typing on keyboard, walking while receiving phone call, drinking from glass of bottle, reading or writing a book. Most of the human actions in daily life are interacting with objects in the environment. Therefore object information can give some cues for interpretation of human action. This paper discusses interpretation of human action by analyzing perceived part of the body under considering the constrained relationship with objects.
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Keyword(in English) Human Motion Interpretation / Action Recognition / Virtual Reality Interaction / Multiple Object Tracking
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Title (in English) Understanding Human Activity under Considering Constraint Relationship with Objects
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Keyword(1) Human Motion Interpretation
Keyword(2) Action Recognition
Keyword(3) Virtual Reality Interaction
Keyword(4) Multiple Object Tracking
1st Author's Name Juanda LOKMAN
1st Author's Affiliation The University of Electro-Communications()
2nd Author's Name Masahide KANEKO
2nd Author's Affiliation The University of Electro-Communications
Date 2005/3/17
Paper # HCS2004-55
Volume (vol) vol.104
Number (no) 744
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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