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ABHIJIT DAS <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 3 Nov 2020 11:52:26 +0530
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11th International Workshop on Human Behavior Understanding (HBU)
Focus theme: Multi-source aspects of behavioral understanding

Held in conjunction with WACV 2021

Paper submission deadline: November 5th, 2020
Notifications: November 18th, 2020

Abhijit Das, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India
Qiang Ji, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States
Umapada Pal, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India
Albert Ali Salah, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Vitomir Štruc, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Domains for human behaviour understanding predominantly (e.g.,
multimedia, human-computer interaction, robotics, affective computing
and social signal processing) rely on advanced pattern recognition
techniques to automatically interpret complex behavioural patterns
generated when humans interact with machines or with other agents. This
is a challenging research area where many issues are still open,
including the joint modelling of behavioural cues taking place at
different time scales, the inherent uncertainty of machine detectable
evidence of human behaviour, the mutual influence of people involved in
interactions, the presence of long term dependencies in observations
extracted from human behaviour, and the important role of dynamics in
human behaviour understanding. Computer vision is a key technology for
analysis and synthesis of human behaviour but stands to gain much from
multi-modality and multi-source processing, in terms of improving
accuracy, resource use, robustness, and contextualization.

This workshop, organized as part of WACV 2021, will gather researchers
dealing with the problem of modelling human behaviour under its multiple
facets (expression of emotions, display of relational attitudes, the
performance of an individual or joint actions, etc.), with particular
attention to multi-source aspects, including multi-sensor,
multi-participant and multi-modal settings. Example challenges are the
additional resource and robustness constraints, explorations in
information fusion, social and contextual aspects of interactions, and
building multi-source representations of social and affective signals
with the goal of advancing the state-of-the-art.

The HBU workshops, previously organized as satellite events to major
conferences in different disciplines such as ICPR’10, AMI’11, IROS’12,
ACMMM’13, ECCV’14, UBICOMP’15, ACMMM’16, FG’18, ECCV’18, ICCV’19 have a
unique aspect of fostering cross-pollination of disciplines, bringing
together researchers from a variety of fields, such as computer vision,
HCI, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, interaction design,
ambient intelligence, psychology and robotics. The diversity of human
behaviour, the richness of multimodal data that arises from its
analysis, and the multitude of applications that demand rapid progress
in this area ensure that the HBU Workshops provide a timely and relevant
discussion and dissemination platform. For HBU@WACV, we particularly
solicit contributions on human behaviour understanding that combine
multiple sources of information, be it across modalities, sensors, or
subjects under observation. The workshop solicits papers on general
topics related to human behaviour understanding, but with a distinct
focus on multi-source solutions.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

     + Multimodal solutions for human behaviour modelling and analysis
     + Multimodal solutions towards behavioural biometrics (gait,
handwriting, keystroke dynamics, etc.)
     + Methods for multi-instance learning in behavioural understanding,
     + Analysis of multi-participant settings and of social interactions,
     + Multi-instance representation for characterizing human health,
     + Deep learning for multi-party interactions
     + Multimodal deep learning for behaviour understanding
     + Adversarial learning approaches
     + Related sensor technologies
     + Information fusions approach for behaviour analysis
     + Realistic behaviour synthesis in multiple modalities and for
multi-party settings
     + Mobile and wearable systems for behaviour monitoring
     + Datasets and benchmarks
     + Related applications

Submission instruction can be found

Please feel free to contact for any further details.

Abhijit Das, Qiang Ji, Umapada Pal, Albert Ali Salah, Vitomir Štruc
HBU 2021 Organizers

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