On-the-fly LSTM for Action Recognition on Video via a Spatio-Temporal Algorithm


On-the-fly LSTM for Action Recognition on Video via a Spatio-Temporal Algorithm – This paper presents a new framework for efficient and robust motion estimation in action scenes. The proposed approach is based on the first step of a spatio-temporal LSTM (STM) architecture which aims at predicting motion in time. The STM is designed to be a discriminative projection system that combines local local features and global features. The STM uses a feature-based feature fusion to achieve an improved reconstruction system (GRU) which integrates local features and global features in a shared architecture. The proposed algorithm uses a spatio-temporal approach which combines local and global features to estimate the global features while maintaining global features. The proposed method can be used to estimate the motion in both spatio-temporal and video-image sequences. A comprehensive comparison of the proposed method shows that it is competitive in many real-world tasks.

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On-the-fly LSTM for Action Recognition on Video via a Spatio-Temporal Algorithm

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