Three Branches: Detecting Actions With Richer Features

13 Aug 2019  ·  Jin Xia, Jiajun Tang, Cewu Lu ·

We present our three branch solutions for International Challenge on Activity Recognition at CVPR2019. This model seeks to fuse richer information of global video clip, short human attention and long-term human activity into a unified model... We have participated in two tasks: Task A, the Kinetics challenge and Task B, spatio-temporal action localization challenge. For Kinetics, we achieve 21.59% error rate. For the AVA challenge, our final model obtains 32.49% mAP on the test sets, which outperforms all submissions to the AVA challenge at CVPR 2018 for more than 10% mAP. As the future work, we will introduce human activity knowledge, which is a new dataset including key information of human activity. read more

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