Attila Licsár

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Our paper proposes a vision-based hand gesture recognition system with interactive training, aimed to achieve a user-independent application by on-line supervised training. Usual recognition systems involve a preliminary off-line training phase, separated from the recognition phase. If the system recognizes unknown (non-trainer) users the recognition rate(More)
Our paper proposes a vision-based hand gesture recognition system. It is implemented in a camera-projector system to achieve an augmented reality tool. In this configuration the main problem is that the hand surface reflects the projected background, thus we apply a robust hand segmentation method. Hand localizing is based on a background subtraction(More)
We have developed a new semi-automatic neural network based method to detect blotches with low false alarm rate on archive films. Blotches can be modeled as temporal intensity discontinuities, hence false detection results originate from object motion (e.g. occlusion), non-rigid objects or erroneous motion estimation. In practice, usually, after the(More)
We have developed a hand gesture recognition system, based on the shape analysis of static gestures, for Human Computer Interaction purposes. Our appearance-based recognition uses modified Fourier descriptors for the classification of hand shapes. As always found in literature, such recognition systems consist of two phases: training and recognition. In our(More)
We have developed a semi automatic film restoration system, DIMORF (DIgital MOtion Picture Restoration System for Film Archives), working with a minimum effort of parameter settings and training, with adaptive learning abilities, at relatively high speed. The system is being applied for the restoration of old films, characterized by strong color(More)