Interaction-based Human Activity Comparison, Analysis and Synthesis

Ho, E. (Speaker)

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk

Description

Abstract of the Talk:

Traditional methods for motion comparison consider features from individual characters. However, the semantic meaning of many human activities is usually defined by the interaction between them, such as a high-five interaction of two characters. There is little success in adapting interaction-based features in activity comparison, analysis and synthesis, as they either do not have a fixed topology or are in high dimensional. In this talk, I will review some of the existing work in modelling the interactions in human activity. I will also introduce some of the recent work from our research group on the related topics. Finally, the challenges and future research directions will be discussed in the talk.
Period25 Oct 2019
Held atUniversity of Leeds, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionLocal