Neural-Network-based Action-Object Semantics for Assistive Robotics
NNAOS is a research project developed in the Knowledge Technology group of Hamburg University
Persons participating in the project
Leading Investigator: Prof.
Associates: Luiza Mici,
Human daily activities in domestic scenarios are often interactions with objects. Therefore, we address human action recognition as a complex task of integration and fusion of information from
To date, there is no common framework based on neural network techniques able to learn and represent the semantic relationship between objects and actions. We approach this problem by applying self-organizing neural architectures considering their inherent capability to not only extract significant prototypical examples but also to learn associations from the input data.
This project aims to design, implement and evaluate a self-organizing neural architecture able to jointly learn meaningful representations of body pose sequences and manipulated objects and to combine the obtained representations for learning
Recognition of Transitive Actions with Hierarchical Neural Network Learning
Mici, L., Parisi, G.I., and Wermter S.