Akanksha Pathak

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A simple and common human gait may be viewed as a strong biometric cue to solve human identification problem through understanding the intrinsic patterns of gait biometrics. An individual’s gait pattern appears to be different in gallery and probe gait sequences due to wearing dissimilar clothing types. The gait dataset captures the possible changes found(More)
In the modern era of computer vision technology, gait biometric trait increases the proliferation of human identification in video surveillance situation. This paper intends to discuss the robustness of gait identification irrespective of small fluctuation in subject's walking pattern. The Gait Energy Image (GEI) is computed on silhouette gait sequences(More)
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