Modeling Cross-view Interaction Consistency for Paired Egocentric Interaction Recognition

24 Mar 2020  ·  Zhongguo Li, Fan Lyu, Wei Feng, Song Wang ·

With the development of Augmented Reality (AR), egocentric action recognition (EAR) plays important role in accurately understanding demands from the user. However, EAR is designed to help recognize human-machine interaction in single egocentric view, thus difficult to capture interactions between two face-to-face AR users. Paired egocentric interaction recognition (PEIR) is the task to collaboratively recognize the interactions between two persons with the videos in their corresponding views. Unfortunately, existing PEIR methods always directly use linear decision function to fuse the features extracted from two corresponding egocentric videos, which ignore consistency of interaction in paired egocentric videos. The consistency of interactions in paired videos, and features extracted from them are correlated to each other. On top of that, we propose to build the relevance between two views using biliear pooling, which capture the consistency of two views in feature-level. Specifically, each neuron in the feature maps from one view connects to the neurons from another view, which guarantee the compact consistency between two views. Then all possible paired neurons are used for PEIR for the inside consistent information of them. To be efficient, we use compact bilinear pooling with Count Sketch to avoid directly computing outer product in bilinear. Experimental results on dataset PEV shows the superiority of the proposed methods on the task PEIR.

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