Predicting Human-Coordinate Orientation with Deep Neural Networks and a LSTM Recurrent Model


Predicting Human-Coordinate Orientation with Deep Neural Networks and a LSTM Recurrent Model – We develop an algorithm for the prediction of human-level visual odometry from video data of an individual pedestrian performing hand gestures in a stationary vehicle. The algorithm is a simple yet effective approach to improve the performance of machine learning algorithms for odometry detection. We prove the application of the algorithm to detecting human-level visual landmarks in videos, where we test how effective a hand gesture identification approach can be as a human gesture recognition technique.

In this paper, we provide an efficient and efficient way to estimate the position and orientation of an object relative to a human subject at the same time. We compare our method to previous works using a new and improved dataset of 675,000 object orientation-based videos, and we show that our algorithm provides accurate and flexible estimates.

This paper discusses and refines the notion of a generic approach to the optimization of the gradient-based Gaussian process (GP) learning problem under a Gaussian distribution model. We have designed the GP to be a distribution model, which means that GP training can be done using either a priori or posterior knowledge about the distribution. We show how our algorithm can be directly extended to the GP problem from both the GP and posterior distributions, and propose an extension to the GP which reduces the optimization of the GP to the problem of choosing the optimal GP, rather than learning the GP to optimize the distribution model. From this point of view, we show how to perform the optimisation of the GP, and we discuss the potential application of our algorithm to optimization of GPs.

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Predicting Human-Coordinate Orientation with Deep Neural Networks and a LSTM Recurrent Model

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