ITM Web Conf.
Volume 53, 20232nd International Conference on Data Science and Intelligent Applications (ICDSIA-2023)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Machine Learning / Deep Learning|
|Published online||01 June 2023|
Jump Classification with Age and Gender Detection
Department of Information Technology Vishwakarma Institute of Technology Pune, India
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The major issue is being able to identify human behaviour. The main issue for video categorization systems is common human actions in videos. For instance, a running motion will be included in a long jump or running sports film. Due to its multiple applications in areas like person monitoring, human-to-object interaction, and more, human action recognition is a crucial study subject in the science of computer vision. The computer vision community finds the video classification problem to be very difficult. The main reason that the video categorization problem is so challenging is the shared activities that are seen in the video. A high jump sports film, for instance, combines two distinct actions—running and high jumping—that are also shown in other videos, like running or hurdling sports videos. With just one frame that captures the specific action of the event, the human brain can quickly identify the correct occurrence in a film. By removing a few significant frames from the video and using those frames to conduct the classification procedure, the same premise may also be used in video classification systems.
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