Three-stream network for enriched Action Recognition

04/27/2021 ∙ by Ivaxi Sheth, et al. ∙ 0

Understanding accurate information on human behaviours is one of the most important tasks in machine intelligence. Human Activity Recognition that aims to understand human activities from a video is a challenging task due to various problems including background, camera motion and dataset variations. This paper proposes two CNN based architectures with three streams which allow the model to exploit the dataset under different settings. The three pathways are differentiated in frame rates. The single pathway, operates at a single frame rate captures spatial information, the slow pathway operates at low frame rates captures the spatial information and the fast pathway operates at high frame rates that capture fine temporal information. Post CNN encoders, we add bidirectional LSTM and attention heads respectively to capture the context and temporal features. By experimenting with various algorithms on UCF-101, Kinetics-600 and AVA dataset, we observe that the proposed models achieve state-of-art performance for human action recognition task.



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