Learning Latent Super-Events to Detect Multiple Activities in Videos

CVPR 2018  ·  AJ Piergiovanni, Michael S. Ryoo ·

In this paper, we introduce the concept of learning latent super-events from activity videos, and present how it benefits activity detection in continuous videos. We define a super-event as a set of multiple events occurring together in videos with a particular temporal organization; it is the opposite concept of sub-events... Real-world videos contain multiple activities and are rarely segmented (e.g., surveillance videos), and learning latent super-events allows the model to capture how the events are temporally related in videos. We design temporal structure filters that enable the model to focus on particular sub-intervals of the videos, and use them together with a soft attention mechanism to learn representations of latent super-events. Super-event representations are combined with per-frame or per-segment CNNs to provide frame-level annotations. Our approach is designed to be fully differentiable, enabling end-to-end learning of latent super-event representations jointly with the activity detector using them. Our experiments with multiple public video datasets confirm that the proposed concept of latent super-event learning significantly benefits activity detection, advancing the state-of-the-arts. read more

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Task Dataset Model Metric Name Metric Value Global Rank Uses Extra
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Result Benchmark
Action Detection Charades Super-events (RGB+Flow) mAP 19.41 # 7
Action Detection Multi-THUMOS I3D + our super-event mAP 36.4 # 3

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