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This paper presents an initial study which uses graphs to represent the actor’s shape and graph embedding to then convert the graph into a suitable feature vector. In this way, we can benefit from the wide range of statistical classifiers while retaining the strong representational power of graphs. The paper shows that, although the proposed method does not yet achieve accuracy comparable to that of the best existing approaches, the embedded graphs are capable of describing the deformable human shape and its evolution along the time.
Among different methods, the probabilistic graph edit distance (P-GED) proposed by Neuhaus and Bunke ,  was chosen to automatically find the cost function from a labeled sample set of graphs. To this aim, the authors represented the structural similarity of two graphs by a learned probability p(g1 , g2 ) and defined the dissimilarity measure as: d(g1 , g2 ) = − log p(g1 , g2 ) (2) The main advantage of this model is that it learns the costs of edit operations automatically and is able to cope with large sets of graphs with huge distortion between samples of the same class , .