Michael S. Ryoo, D.Eng.

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2008 Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
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Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Computer Science
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J K. Aggarwal grad student 2008 UT Austin
 (Semantic representation and recognition of human activities.)
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Xia L, Gori I, Aggarwal JK, et al. (2015) Robot-centric activity recognition from first-person RGB-D videos Proceedings - 2015 Ieee Winter Conference On Applications of Computer Vision, Wacv 2015. 357-364
Aggarwal JK, Ryoo MS. (2012) Toward a unified framework of motion understanding Image and Vision Computing. 30: 465-466
Aggarwal JK, Ryoo MS. (2011) Human activity analysis: A review Acm Computing Surveys. 43
Ryoo MS, Aggarwal JK. (2011) Stochastic representation and recognition of high-level group activities International Journal of Computer Vision. 93: 183-200
Ryoo MS, Grauman K, Aggarwal JK. (2010) A task-driven intelligent workspace system to provide guidance feedback Computer Vision and Image Understanding. 114: 520-534
Lee JT, Ryoo MS, Aggarwal JK. (2009) View independent recognition of human-vehicle interactions using 3-D models 2009 Workshop On Motion and Video Computing, Wmvc '09
Ryoo MS, Aggarwal JK. (2009) Spatio-temporal relationship match: Video structure comparison for recognition of complex human activities Proceedings of the Ieee International Conference On Computer Vision. 1593-1600
Ryoo MS, Aggarwal JK. (2009) Semantic representation and recognition of continued and recursive human activities International Journal of Computer Vision. 82: 1-24
Ryoo MS, Aggarwal JK. (2008) Recognition of high-level group activities based on activities of individual members 2008 Ieee Workshop On Motion and Video Computing, Wmvc
Ryoo MS, Aggarwal JK. (2008) Observe-and-explain: A new approach for multiple hypotheses tracking of humans and objects 26th Ieee Conference On Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Cvpr
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