VISUAL-BASED HUMAN ACTION RECOGNITION ON SMART PHONES BASED ON 2D AND 3D DESCRIPTORS

Autores UPV
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Revista International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence

Abstract

The aim of this work is to present a visual-based human action recognition system which is adapted to constrained embedded devices, such as smart phones. Basically, vision-based human action recognition is a combination of feature-tracking, descriptor-extraction and subsequent classication of image representations, with a color-based identification tool to distinguish between multiple human subjects. Simple descriptors sets were evaluated to optimize recognition rate and performance and 2D descriptors were found to be effective. These sets installed on the latest phones can recognize human actions in videos in less than one second with a success rate of over 82%.