Recurrent Motion in Vision
|Author||: Tom Runia|
|Promotor(s)||: Prof. dr. C.G.M. Snoek / Prof. dr. ir. A.W.M. Smeulders|
|University||: Universiteit van Amsterdam|
|Link to repository||: link to thesis|
In this thesis, Recurrent Motion in Vision, we explore the concept of recurrent motion patterns in video. The thesis, consisting of two parts, begins with a study on the origin of periodic motion which results in its categorization into fundamental cases. The two chapters that follow introduce novel solutions for estimating repetition in real-world videos by means of counting. In Part II we investigate recurrent motion in phys-ical scenes for learning intrinsic object properties.