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A PyTorch Reproduction of HCN

Co-occurrence Feature Learning from Skeleton Data for Action Recognition and Detection with Hierarchical Aggregation. Chao Li, Qiaoyong Zhong, Di Xie, Shiliang Pu, IJCAI 2018.

Arxiv Preprint

Features

1. Dataset

  • NTU RGB+D: Cross View (CV), Cross Subject (CS)
  • SBU Kinect Interaction
  • PKU-MMD

2. Tasks

  • Action recognition
  • Action detection

3. Visualization

  • Visdom supported.

Prerequisites

Our code is based on Python3.5. There are a few dependencies to run the code in the following:

  • Python >= 3.5
  • PyTorch == 0.4.0
  • torchnet
  • Visdom
  • Other version info about some Python packages can be found in requirements.txt

Usage

Data preparation

NTU RGB+D

To transform raw NTU RGB+D data into numpy array (memmap format ) by this command:

python ./feeder/ntu_gendata.py --data_path <path for raw skeleton dataset> --out_folder <path for new dataset>
Other Datasets

Not supported now.

Training

Before you start the training, you have to launch visdom server.

python -m visdom

To train the model, you should note that:

  • --dataset_dir is the parents path for all the datasets,
  • --num the number of experiments trials (type: list).
python main.py --dataset_dir <parents path for all the datasets> --mode train --model_name HCN --dataset_name NTU-RGB-D-CV --num 01

To run a new trial with different parameters, you need to:

  • Firstly, run the above training command with a new trial number, e.g, --num 03, thus you will got an error.
  • Secondly, copy a parameters file from the ./HCN/experiments/NTU-RGB-D-CV/HCN01/params.json to the path of your new trial "./HCN/experiments/NTU-RGB-D-CV/HCN03/params.json" and modify it as you want.
  • At last, run the above training command again, it will works.

Testing

python main.py --dataset_dir <parents path for all the datasets> --mode test --load True --model_name HCN --dataset_name NTU-RGB-D-CV --num 01

Load and Training

You also can load a half trained model, and start training it from a specific checkpoint by the following command:

python main.py --dataset_dir <parents path for all the datasets> --mode load_train --load True --model_name HCN --dataset_name NTU-RGB-D-CV --num 01 --load_model <path for  trained model>

Results

Table

The expected Top-1 accuracy of the model for NTU-RGD+D are shown here (There is an accuracy gap. I am not the author of original HCN paper, the repo was reproduced according to the paper text and have not been tuned carefully):

Model Normalized
Sequence
Length
FC
Neuron
Numbers
NTU RGB+D
Cross Subject (%)
NTU RGB+D
Cross View (%)
HCN[1] 32 256 86.5 91.1
HCN 32 256 84.2 89.2
HCN 64 512 84.9* 90.9*

[1] http://arxiv.org/pdf/1804.06055.pdf

Figures

  • Loss & accuracy[CV]

Confusion matrix

- Loss & accuracy[CS]

Reference

[1] Chao Li, Qiaoyong Zhong, Di Xie, Shiliang Pu. Co-occurrence Feature Learning from Skeleton Data for Action Recognition and Detection with Hierarchical Aggregation. IJCAI 2018.

[2] yysijie/st-gcn: referred for some code of dataset processing.

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