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Activity Recognition for Indoor Fall Detection in 360-Degree Videos Using Deep Learning Techniques
Dhiraj, R. Manekar, S. Saurav, S. Maiti, S. Singh, , Neeraj, R. Kumar, K. Chaudhary
Published in Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH
Volume: 1024
Pages: 417 - 429
Human activity recognition (HAR) targets the methodologies to recognize the different actions from a sequence of observations. Vision-based activity recognition is among the most popular unobtrusive technique for activity recognition. Caring for the elderly who are living alone from a remote location is one of the biggest challenges of modern human society and is an area of active research. The usage of smart homes with an increasing number of cameras in our daily environment provides the platform to use that technology for activity recognition also. The omnidirectional cameras can be utilized for fall detection activity which minimizes the requirement of multiple cameras for fall detection in an indoor living scenario. Consequently, two vision-based solutions have been proposed: one using convolutional neural networks in 3D-mode and another using a hybrid approach by combining convolutional neural networks and long short-term memory networks using 360-degree videos for human fall detection. An omnidirectional video dataset has been generated by recording a set of activities performed by different people as no such 360-degree video dataset is available in the public domain for human activity recognition. Both, the models provide fall detection accuracy of more than 90% for omnidirectional videos and can be used for developing a fall detection system for indoor health care. © 2020, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
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JournalData powered by TypesetAdvances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
PublisherData powered by TypesetSpringer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH