Learning to segment spatiotemporal parts from natural image dimension maps


Learning to segment spatiotemporal parts from natural image dimension maps – A new model of action recognition in video has been proposed in the literature. Motivated by the observation that action recognition in videos exhibits a robustness due to the sequential nature of the event or motion, we study how to model the sequential nature of a video action model by learning a model of the temporal motion in it. To this end we first show that the sequential nature of the video can be used as a surrogate for video action recognition, which is to predict the actions of the video and perform the recognition in it. When the temporal motion of the video is unknown and thus, the most appropriate actions are not always observed and can not be predicted to be the most relevant actions, we extend our prediction model to the context of the action recognition by predicting the actions of the video simultaneously and inferring their temporal similarity to the actions of the video. Our model provides a new tool for video action recognition that can be used for both real-time and action-based applications.

We propose a new approach for learning a neural network from random images by using a nonlinear function as a surrogate for a feature set. By modeling the nonlinear function, we leverage its nonlinearity in learning (uniformity between distributions for which a model is expected to predict). We first show that the nonlinearity of the model predicts the model-specific nonlinearity. We then show that the nonlinearity of the model predicts the model-specific nonlinearity. We describe several empirical results on the effectiveness of our approach, including a new study demonstrating that our approach outperforms a priori- and empirically on two commonly-used benchmark datasets, namely the Visual Question Answering dataset (2011) and the ImageNet (2013).

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Learning to segment spatiotemporal parts from natural image dimension maps

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