Unsupervised Multi-modal Human Action Recognition with LSTM based Deep Learning Framework


Unsupervised Multi-modal Human Action Recognition with LSTM based Deep Learning Framework – Neural networks can represent as many complex data sequences as the human brain generates in a short period of time. Here, the tasks of human actions and recognition are represented as a hierarchical multi-modal hierarchical neural network (H-HNN). H-HNN constructs a model that is connected by a hierarchical link network, thus representing as a deep hierarchical neural network with multiple layers. In the model, the input model and the output model are both learned from a source network. When multiple hierarchical HNNs are combined, a hierarchical HNN can be fully connected to the source network, i.e., the data is represented as a hierarchical manifold. In this paper, we propose an improved variant of H-HNN using the deep neural network model architecture called Deep Network H-Net (DNN). With this architecture a large amount of fine-grained knowledge can be obtained from the input model and output model to produce a fully connected multi-modal manifold. The proposed model is able to model the complex actions and recognition in a time-series, and it can be compared with models trained from the same source network.

We construct a supervised learning model where the predictions of the latent variables are modeled using temporal information from the data. In the process of learning, we apply this model to predict the next event in an online model. We show that the model learns to predict the next event based on data generated from the network. We then propose the use of a supervised learning procedure that adapts the prediction procedure to the input data. We evaluate the performance of our supervised learning model on the benchmark datasets of three public health databases (The National Cancer Institute, the UK National Health Service, and CIRI). We demonstrate that on the benchmark datasets, the model learns to predict the next event in an online model.

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Unsupervised Multi-modal Human Action Recognition with LSTM based Deep Learning Framework

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