Density Characterization of Human Poses In The Presence of Fisher Vectors and One-Class Classifiers


Density Characterization of Human Poses In The Presence of Fisher Vectors and One-Class Classifiers – Neural networks provide a powerful representation of abstract thought patterns and can be used to model biological systems, as has been observed by many other researchers. However, the network representation suffers from overfitting, which leads to the lack of discriminative representations given the input data. We propose a novel approach to perform neural network representation learning by leveraging sparse representations and a recently proposed learning algorithm to learn a sparse representation from a single input. Through a novel deep learning mechanism that explicitly incorporates the dimensionality of the input data, the network learns a classification objective to capture the learned model structure. Importantly, we demonstrate that the proposed approach outperforms some state-of-the-art classifiers in the task of human visual recognition.

Despite its success in the context of the case of social network data, it has been a challenging task for practitioners in the fields of computer vision and machine learning to leverage such data. In this work we have implemented a novel deep learning approach that is capable of recognizing the behaviors. This approach achieves its highest accuracy for the case of social network data through a series of benchmark datasets. Our method is applicable to a large range of data (including the most commonly used, publicly available data), and is applicable to a different type of data: the online data (i.e., data that is not publicly available). The performance of our approach is based on a classification method that uses a supervised classification model to predict the behavior. We show that such a method can be very useful for the study of complex social and behavioral data and other applications, such as the detection of people through social media.

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Density Characterization of Human Poses In The Presence of Fisher Vectors and One-Class Classifiers

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