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Pose is all you need: The pose only group activity recognition system (POGARS) [article]

Haritha Thilakarathne, Aiden Nibali, Zhen He, Stuart Morgan
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We introduce a novel deep learning based group activity recognition approach called the Pose Only Group Activity Recognition System (POGARS), designed to use only tracked poses of people to predict the  ...  In contrast to existing approaches for group activity recognition, POGARS uses 1D CNNs to learn spatiotemporal dynamics of individuals involved in a group activity and forgo learning features from pixel  ...  Ball tracklets 92.2 POGARS with ball Pose + Ball tracklets 93.9 Pose is all you need: The pose only group activity recognition system (POGARS)  ... 
arXiv:2108.04186v1 fatcat:egelbg3uw5bfjit7vrtiindi74

1. Gender, Development and Citizenship [chapter]

Deb Johnson, Hope Kabuchu, Santa Vusiya Kayonga
2004 Gender, Development and Citizenship  
At its core is a recognition of young people's contributions to society through active citizenship.  ...  Only one group had funding beyond the next 12 months, and we left all of the groups locked into short-term work, and facing uncertain futures.  ...  ADEW is involved in a study on the issuing of identity cards as a basic right of citizenship. The study is part of the UNDP POGAR gender and citizenship programme (see Electronic Resources section).  ... 
doi:10.3362/9780855987367.001 fatcat:lqwoi5o5cfcrvh4louvjejvpyi

The Implementation of the Pan-Indian Form on the Keralan Ground. A. R. Rajaraja Varma's Citranakṣatramālā

Hermina Cielas
2016 Cracow Indological Studies  
One of the greatest difficulties researching on teyyam poses is to categorize it.  ...  Only you create the greatness of the talented and may all talented create your greatness. As a result of such reading the first verse reveals what lies behind the acts of generosity.  ...  Never theless, the hierarchical system of jāti analogical to other Indian regions is present in Bengal (Inden 1976) .  ... 
doi:10.12797/cis.18.2016.18.10 fatcat:f7ipay75onfunofurbwbc2s2je

The Diwaniyya: guestroom sociability and bureaucratic brokerage in Kuwait

James Clyde Allen Redman
2014
It is the position of this study that the creation of an inflated, underperforming bureaucracy tied to an intricate system of patronage and brokerage extending downward throughout the state from the ruling  ...  who to contact for what ends has become a regular nightly activity.  ...  It is often said in Kuwait that, "You may not know the person you need but you know the diwaniyya you need to find him," 159 and, "People can be contacted through a diwaniyya.  ... 
doi:10.26053/0h-hjf3-z2g0 fatcat:fbqhxfvi5vdjljpmhb6pfb6ham

Personal laws of Bangladesh: a gender study in light of the equality-approach of the constitution

Nowrin Tamanna
2021
Most High, great (above you all). " part of the verse.  ...  In his words, "after all, when you buy a "thing" from the market you necessarily have to pay some price.  ...  United States Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America (1866, ratified on July 9 1868).  ... 
doi:10.22024/unikent/01.02.86333 fatcat:ytsz4xninfhlhlp4tqtufbl4pu

Women and Emiratisation in the UAE Workforce

Mona Hamade, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Dr Jude Browne
2019
The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) which was adopted in 1979, and the 1995 Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action have generated global and regional  ...  These groups were chosen to highlight the practical implications of governmental Emiratisation policies aiming to increase job opportunities across the United Arab Emirates.  ...  Although the tribal system is an abstract concept, as the UAE is a federation with an active government and judiciary system, the fear of a high percentage of expatriates, the development of a globalised  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.35941 fatcat:jr3246nmnfd2la7nkls6wtj63m

Garafola, Dancing the Cold WAr.pdf [article]

2021
She explained in a 1964 grant proposal, "The most urgent need of newly emerging countries such as the African States ... is to find a system of exploitation of their own resources ... development of native  ...  Groups of three or five come into and out of action, advancing then retreating. And then there is the offensive move of the whole group.  ...  "Although we all love music," he noted, "we do not know everything about it. We need a consistent system of music education.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8-ds96-zh93 fatcat:cal2vidifrhwlnqmlauwirebou