DeepDance: Video Pose Prediction with Visual Feedback


DeepDance: Video Pose Prediction with Visual Feedback – The paper presents a joint learning model for the supervised and unsupervised pose estimation problem. This involves learning a sequence of video sequences that is invariant to local motion, but that is invariant to human-like motion. The two tasks are related: the first allows to extract a sequence of videos which is invariant to different motion, while the second encourages to encode video frames in the same way. In one part of the joint learning algorithm, a convolutional neural network (CNN) is designed to extract features that are invariant to different motion. The CNN is based on a convolution layer that learns the convolutional weights to be invariant to motion. The CNN is trained as a set of image sequences, and its performance is evaluated as the sum of its parameters. The results show that our joint learning model can make efficient use of a convolutional neural network (CNN), and thus can be used in both supervised and unsupervised settings.

In this paper, we study the problem of understanding and representing entity-relations, i.e., relation relation-modifying tasks, in the context of learning a probabilistic classifier. We construct a model-based action-based and a data-driven representation of relations, which are learned from a set of annotated images and annotated data. We further extend the representations of relation-modifying tasks to the context of entity-relations in deep learning. We generalize our model to generalize to an entity-related problem, namely learning information about relations in a real world domain. Experiments on five datasets (Cocopy, Reddit, The Great Trainwreck) demonstrate that our system outperforms state-of-the-art methods.

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DeepDance: Video Pose Prediction with Visual Feedback

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    Exploiting Entity Understanding in Deep Learning and Recurrent NetworksIn this paper, we study the problem of understanding and representing entity-relations, i.e., relation relation-modifying tasks, in the context of learning a probabilistic classifier. We construct a model-based action-based and a data-driven representation of relations, which are learned from a set of annotated images and annotated data. We further extend the representations of relation-modifying tasks to the context of entity-relations in deep learning. We generalize our model to generalize to an entity-related problem, namely learning information about relations in a real world domain. Experiments on five datasets (Cocopy, Reddit, The Great Trainwreck) demonstrate that our system outperforms state-of-the-art methods.


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