Skeleon-Based Typing Style Learning For Person Identification

Lior Gelberg, David Mendlovic, Dan Raviv

We present a novel architecture for person identification based on typing-style, constructed of adaptive non-local spatio-temporal graph convolutional network. Since type style dynamics convey meaningful information that can be useful for person identification, we extract the joints positions and then learn their movements' dynamics. Our non-local approach increases our model's robustness to noisy input data while analyzing joints locations instead of RGB data provides remarkable robustness to alternating environmental conditions, e.g., lighting, noise, etc. We further present two new datasets for typing style based person identification task and extensive evaluation that displays our model's superior discriminative and generalization abilities, when compared with state-of-the-art skeleton-based models.

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