Dynamic Texture Recognition via Nuclear Distances on Kernelized Scattering Histogram Spaces

Alexander Sagel, Julian Wörmann, Hao Shen

Distance-based dynamic texture recognition is an important research field in multimedia processing with applications ranging from retrieval to segmentation of video data. Based on the conjecture that the most distinctive characteristic of a dynamic texture is the appearance of its individual frames, this work proposes to describe dynamic textures as kernelized spaces of frame-wise feature vectors computed using the Scattering transform. By combining these spaces with a basis-invariant metric, we get a framework that produces competitive results for nearest neighbor classification and state-of-the-art results for nearest class center classification.

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