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Modelling A Deep Learning Framework For Recognition of Human Actions On Video

In Human action recognition, the identification of actions is a system that can detect human activities. The types of human activity are classified into four different categories, depending on the complexity of the steps and the number of body parts involved in the action, namely gestures, actions, interactions, and activities [1]. It is challenging for video Human action recognition to capture useful and discriminative features because of the human body's variations. To obtain Intelligent Solutions for action recognition, it is necessary to training mod-els to recognize which action is performed by a person. This paper conducted an experience on Human action recognition compare several deep learning models with a small dataset. The main goal is to obtain the same or better results than the literature, which apply a bigger dataset with the necessity of high-performance hardware. Our analysis provides a roadmap to reach the training, classification, and validation of each model.

Flávio Santos
Algoritmi Center, University of Minho
Portugal

Dalila Duraes
Algoritmi Center, University of Minho
Portugal

Francisco Marcondes
Algoritmi Center, University of Minho
Portugal

Marco Gomes
Algoritmi Center, University of Minho
Portugal

Filipe Gonçalves
Bosch Car Multimedia, Braga, P-4705-820
Portugal

Joaquim Fonseca
Bosch Car Multimedia, Braga, P-4705-820
Portugal

José Machado
Algoritmi Center, University of Minho
Portugal

Paulo Novais
Algoritmi Center, University of Minho
Portugal

 


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