Learning Action Proposals from Unconstrained Videos


Learning Action Proposals from Unconstrained Videos – The success of CNNS in the domain of video summarization has been confirmed. In order to address this challenge, recently, we have proposed a deep reinforcement learning approach to CNNS to summarize unstructured text. We first propose a novel algorithm to unify multiple action proposals of different views and annotate them according to their relevance to the desired action. We then use a deep reinforcement learning framework with a deep neural network to annotate the annotated action proposals to the attention-based CNNS model. We also propose a fast learning-based method for learning with the annotated action proposals. We evaluate our approach on the large-scale human action tasks in the domain of action-sourced video summarization in which we have evaluated the effectiveness of the proposed method over CNNS and CNN-SVM.

In this paper, we propose a fully efficient and robust deep learning algorithm for unsupervised text classification. The learning is done using a CNN-based model, which uses information to model the semantic relations between text words and classify them. In order to learn the semantic relation between text words and classify them, the CNN-based model must first learn the semantic relationship between word-level and word-level features, which may not be available in both the word embedding and model. As a result, we have to rely on a few different word embedding features, which we call the word-level feature, and a more discriminative one to classify the text word with low-level information. We validate our model on unsupervised Chinese text classification datasets and on publicly available Chinese word graph. The model achieves comparable or comparable accuracy to state-of-the-art baselines for both unsupervised and supervised classification, especially when it is coupled with fast inference.

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Learning Action Proposals from Unconstrained Videos

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    G-CNNs for Classification of High-Dimensional DataIn this paper, we propose a fully efficient and robust deep learning algorithm for unsupervised text classification. The learning is done using a CNN-based model, which uses information to model the semantic relations between text words and classify them. In order to learn the semantic relation between text words and classify them, the CNN-based model must first learn the semantic relationship between word-level and word-level features, which may not be available in both the word embedding and model. As a result, we have to rely on a few different word embedding features, which we call the word-level feature, and a more discriminative one to classify the text word with low-level information. We validate our model on unsupervised Chinese text classification datasets and on publicly available Chinese word graph. The model achieves comparable or comparable accuracy to state-of-the-art baselines for both unsupervised and supervised classification, especially when it is coupled with fast inference.


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