Video based speaker line velocity estimation and endoscopic 3D imaging


Video based speaker line velocity estimation and endoscopic 3D imaging – In this paper, we propose a new deep learning paradigm called Support Vector Machine (SVM) with deep CNNs. SVM is a deep training and learning paradigm that is capable of handling challenging scenarios. Our SVM architecture combines a deep network with an end-to-end CNN architecture. In this paper, we further focus on the application of deep learning for speaker line velocity estimation from a camera. We trained the SVM architecture on the frame-by-frame data acquired from four real world speakers on different days. We show that our SVM architecture successfully outputs the velocity estimation in a fast, accurate and accurate manner. We also compare the quality of the end-to-end training of the SVM architecture and the SVM end-to-end training on the MNIST dataset, demonstrating that the SVM architecture is able to perform better.

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Video based speaker line velocity estimation and endoscopic 3D imaging

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