In this thesis, we have investigated the human object interaction recognition by using the skeleton data and local depth information provided by RGB-D sensors. There are two main applications we address in this thesis: human object interaction recognition and abnormal activity recognition. First, we propose a spatio-temporal modeling of human-object interaction videos for on-line and off-line recognition. In the spatial modeling of human object interactions, we propose low-level feature and object related distance feature which adopted on on-line human object interaction recognition and abnormal gait detection. Then, we propose object feature, a rough description of the object shape and size as new features to model human-object interactions. This object feature is fused with the low-level feature for online human object interaction recognition. In the temporal modeling of human object interactions, we proposed a shape analysis framework based on low-level feature and object related distance feature for full sequence-based off-line recognition. Experiments carried out on two representative benchmarks demonstrate the proposed method are effective and discriminative for human object interaction analysis. Second, we extend the study to abnormal gait detection by using the on-line framework of human object interaction classification. The experiments conducted following state-of-the-art settings on the benchmark shows the effectiveness of proposed method. Finally, we collected a multi-view human object interaction dataset involving abnormal and normal human behaviors by RGB-D sensors. We test our model on the new dataset and evaluate the potential of the proposed approach.
Directeur de thèse : Mohamed Daoudi Rapporteurs : Stefano Berretti, Djamel Merad Examinateurs : Jacques Booneart, Hassen Drira, Frédéric Lerasle, Catherine Soladie, Hichem Snoussi, Christian Wolf.
Thesis of the team 3D SAM defended on 09/01/2017