Reading Assignments: (all three are available from IEEE website, IRIS website or most easily from the cs674b website for s-02):
1. Hongeng, S., Brimond, F., Nevatia, R., Representation and Optimal Recognition of Human Activities, CVPR00(I:818-825). 2. Hongeng, S., Nevatia, R. Multi-Agent Event Recognition, ICCV01(II: 84-91). 3. T. Zhao, R. Nevatia and F. Lv, Segmentation and Tracking of Multiple Humans in Complex Situations, CVPR01Three questions: (pick one and answer it in a one-page essay that you will hand in to Prof. Itti the monday following the talk, at noon in class):
1. What are the major sources of difficulty in recognition of human activity by a computer? 2. How can an HMM be used effectively to recognize a class of actions? 3. How can we effectively infer the coordinated activities of multiple agents?