ActivityNet is an enormous dataset that covers exercises that are generally pertinent to how people invest their energy in their everyday living. It was developed in 2015 by the researchers: Fabian Caba Heilbron, Victor Escorcia, Bernard Ghanemand Juan Carlos Niebles1. ActivityNet gives tests from 203 movement classes with a normal of 137 untrimmed recordings per class and 1.41 movement occurrences per video, for an aggregate of 849 video hours.

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