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SVM-based state Transition framework for Dynamical Human Behavior Identification

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Date
2015-05-21 11:44
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Abstract

This investigation proposes an SVM-based state transition framework (named as STSVM) to provide better performance of discriminability for human behavior identification. The STSVM consists of several state support vector machines (SSVM) and a state transition probability (STPM). The intra-structure information and inter-structure information of a human activity are analyzed and correlated by the SSVM and STPM, respectively. The integration of the SSVM and the STPM effectively provides human behavior understanding. With a database consisting of five kinds of human behaviors: raising hand, standing up, squatting down, falling down, and sitting, the proposed algorithm has been demonstrated with a significant recognition rate of 88.6%.