Human Activity Learning and Segmentation using Partially Hidden Discriminative Models

6 Aug 2014 Truyen Tran Hung Bui Svetha Venkatesh

Learning and understanding the typical patterns in the daily activities and routines of people from low-level sensory data is an important problem in many application domains such as building smart environments, or providing intelligent assistance. Traditional approaches to this problem typically rely on supervised learning and generative models such as the hidden Markov models and its extensions... (read more)

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