A Feature Based Deep Learning Recognition System For Indoor Action Recognition


A Feature Based Deep Learning Recognition System For Indoor Action Recognition – Deep generative models (GANs) have attracted a lot of attention in recent years due to their potential and usefulness in the field of action-adversarial learning. GANs have traditionally been implemented as generative models with a deep network architecture built over some feature vectors. In this paper, we present a new method for learning a deep generative model (GAN) for indoor action recognition when using a set of latent representations. This method is based on learning a generative model over a dataset with the goal of modeling which objects are given from the dataset. The network is trained with a fully convolutional network to represent a set of latent representations of a target object. The network then learns a deep gAN. The learned model is referred to as the Deep GAN. We demonstrate that using the deep GAN in an indoor object recognition method significantly outperforms the other state-of-the-art methods in terms of the number of labeled objects over all types of instances.

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