@Article {vince-actipret-cviu09,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 21 Jan 2010 },
  UPDATE  = { 2009-07-27 },
  author =     {Markus Vincze and Michael Zillich and Wolfgang Ponweiser and 
                Vaclav Hlavac and Jiri Matas and Stepan Obdrzalek and 
                Hilary Buxton and Jonathan Howell and Kingsley Sage and 
                Antonis Argyros and Christoph Eberst and Gerald Umgeher},
  title =      {Integrated vision system for the semantic interpretation of 
                activities where a person handles objects},
  year =       {2009},
  month =      {June},
  pages =      {682-692},
  journal =    {Computer Vision and Image Understanding},
  publisher =  {Elsevier},
  address =    {Radarweg 29, Amsterdam, The Netherlands},
  issn =       {1077-3142},
  volume =     {113},
  number =     {6},
  authorship = {12-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8},
  annote = {Interpretation of human activity is primarily known from
    surveillance and video analysis tasks and concerned with the
    persons alone. In this paper we present an integrated system that
    gives a natural language interpretation of activities where a
    person handles objects. The system integrates low-level image
    components such as hand and object tracking, detection and
    recognition, with high-level processes such as spatio-temporal
    object relationship generation, posture and gesture recognition,
    and activity reasoning. A task-oriented approach focuses
    processing to achieve near real-time and to react depending on the
    situation context.},
  keywords =   {Activity interpretation, Cognitive vision, System integration, 
                Semantic interpretation, Task orientation},
  project =    {IST-2001-32184},
  psurl =      {},