An Action Probability Model for Event Detection from Data Streams


An Action Probability Model for Event Detection from Data Streams – Object-Poster system (PDS) provides a mechanism for generating a set of candidate objects based on a set of information encoded from object images. In this paper, we propose an efficient PDS method based on a fully-validated classifier. The proposed method is capable of generating a set of objects from images and its training weights are computed using the classification procedure of PDS. We give a comprehensive analysis of the results of our method and show the efficiency and benefits of our method. We will make several further experiments on two challenging datasets: two image classification tasks and two retrieval tasks using a dataset with 30000 images. The two tasks achieve a good performance in both performance tests. Our method does not need any additional parameter or additional training set. We are currently investigating the performance of our method as a data-mining technique, which can improve our ability to generate candidate objects for objects images by learning new features.

This paper proposes a novel approach for learning a global feature of a dataset consisting of multiple categories, whose labels are composed by a single category matrix and one subcategory matrix, to automatically form a global feature vector. The resulting feature can be learned by learning a new and complex representation of the data without modifying the existing classification scheme. In this paper, an intermediate representation of this feature matrix is derived using a recurrent neural network (RNN). Experimental evaluation on several synthetic datasets and in vivo experiments on real data have illustrated that the proposed approach outperforms baselines and a robust classification approach is proposed.

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An Action Probability Model for Event Detection from Data Streams

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