An Empirical Study for Human Behavior Analysis
This paper presents an empirical study for human behavior analysis based on three distinct feature extraction techniques: Histograms of Oriented Gradients (HOG), Local Binary Pattern (LBP) and Scale Invariant Local Ternary Pattern (SILTP). The utilized public videos representing spatio-temporal problem area of investigation include INRIA person detection and Weizmann pedestrian activity datasets. For INRIA dataset, both LBP and HOG were able to eliminate redundant video data and show human-intelligible feature visualization of extracted features required for classification tasks. However, for Weizmann dataset only HOG feature extraction was found to work well with classifying five selected activities/exercises (walking, running, skipping, jumping and jacking).