Learning Efficient Spatial-Temporal Gait Features with Deep Learning for Human Identification
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The integration of the latest breakthroughs in bioinformatics technology from one side and artificial intelligence from another side, enables remarkable advances in the fields of intelligent security guard computational biology, healthcare, and so on. Among them, biometrics based automatic human identification is one of the most fundamental and significant research topic. Human gait, which is a biometric features with the unique capability, has gained significant attentions as the remarkable characteristics of remote accessed, robust and security in the biometrics based human identification. However, the existed methods cannot well handle the indistinctive inter-class differences and large intra-class variations of human gait in real-world situation. In this paper, we have developed an efficient spatial-temporal gait features with deep learning for human identification. First of all, we proposed a gait energy image (GEI) based Siamese neural network to automatically extract robust and discriminative spatial gait features for human identification. Furthermore, we exploit the deep 3-dimensional convolutional networks to learn the human gait convolutional 3D (C3D) as the temporal gait features. Finally, the GEI and C3D gait features are embedded into the null space by the Null Foley-Sammon Transform (NFST). In the new space, the spatial-temporal features are sufficiently combined with distance metric learning to drive the similarity metric to be small for pairs of gait from the same person, and large for pairs from different persons. Consequently, the experiments on the world’s largest gait database show our framework impressively outperforms state-of-the-art methods.
KeywordsGait recognition Siamese neural network Spatio-temporal features Metric learning Human identification
This work is partially supported by the Funds for International Cooperation and Exchange of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 61720106007), the NSFC-Guangdong Joint Fund (No. U1501254), the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 61602049), and the Cosponsored Project of Beijing Committee of Education.
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