Learning Deep Neural Networks for Multi-Person Action Hashing


Learning Deep Neural Networks for Multi-Person Action Hashing – We propose an unsupervised method to learn a classifier by performing inference on a small number of labeled instances. The inference task consists of solving a sequence-to-sequence problem, which requires multiple instances to learn to be related. We propose a deep learning approach, named as a ConvNet, that does not model a fixed feature representation, and which is not limited to a fixed feature representation. Our key contribution is to learn a new feature representation by maximizing the posterior distribution. We show that our approach can learn to predict meaningful joint distributions, and that a large number of labeled instances can be used to train the network to predict the corresponding joint distributions. Experimental results on real-world datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of our method.

Recently, data sets, in particular, have emerged as a powerful tool in the search for information resources. Due to the growing scope of these data sets, one of the main challenges in using them has been to deal with the complexity of the task. One of the main challenges in this area is to extract high-quality feature pairs from a large amount of data. While previous approaches have been promising in extracting high-quality features, this is not always the case. This paper proposes a new method that directly uses features from the context of high-quality datasets. We develop a novel semantic annotation approach by leveraging on the idea of semantic similarity. This approach provides a low-cost framework for modeling both the contextual information about features and the high-quality feature pairs extracted. We compare the proposed approach with some existing annotation methods.

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