Story highlights An analysis of human activity from short videos


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In this paper, we describe a simple, yet powerful framework that leverages the spatial information of the data to determine where objects can move. We demonstrate with the aim of providing an efficient, robust and robust computational and training protocol for this problem.

The proposed fast-forward algorithm (FIFTH) is a variant of the L-SAT algorithm that uses binary classification (CAS) instead of explicit classifiability (CAS) for the classification task. The CAS algorithm is based on a fast method for classification based on binary classifiers using the concept that a classifier which can correctly classify the data is a good candidate for CAS (CAS) classification. The main disadvantage of the CAS algorithm is that (1) the CAS algorithm requires many computational resources and (2) an explicit CAS process to operate. Therefore, the CAS algorithm is more suitable for training the CAS system. In this paper, we propose an independent and competitive learning algorithm that combines multiple CAS process and CAS process for CAS classification task. Experimental results on all benchmark datasets show a significant improvement in classification quality over CAS and CAS-SAT algorithms.

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Story highlights An analysis of human activity from short videos

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    The Fast-Forward AlgorithmThe proposed fast-forward algorithm (FIFTH) is a variant of the L-SAT algorithm that uses binary classification (CAS) instead of explicit classifiability (CAS) for the classification task. The CAS algorithm is based on a fast method for classification based on binary classifiers using the concept that a classifier which can correctly classify the data is a good candidate for CAS (CAS) classification. The main disadvantage of the CAS algorithm is that (1) the CAS algorithm requires many computational resources and (2) an explicit CAS process to operate. Therefore, the CAS algorithm is more suitable for training the CAS system. In this paper, we propose an independent and competitive learning algorithm that combines multiple CAS process and CAS process for CAS classification task. Experimental results on all benchmark datasets show a significant improvement in classification quality over CAS and CAS-SAT algorithms.


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