Temporal Activity Detection via Temporal Registration


Temporal Activity Detection via Temporal Registration – Traditional approach to predicting temporal activity is to look at the temporal activity in a data stream using a set of labels which are used to make predictions. However, these labels are often not provided so that it is easy to tell the time of the next action. So, it is important to capture the temporal activities that are occurring in the data stream for this to be the most accurate prediction. In this paper, we propose a novel approach called Temporal Action Detection (TA) (Temporal Action Action Description Parsing, TAP) which detects the activity in a data stream. It predicts the temporal activity using temporal event labels and it labels the future actions using temporal event labels. The temporal activity detection technique consists in combining the temporal and visual event labels to learn a new action to predict the future actions. The new action is then added over to existing action prediction tasks to improve performance. The proposed method has been evaluated on two publicly available TIMES dataset and its performance has been demonstrated on the TIMES-2 dataset.

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Temporal Activity Detection via Temporal Registration

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