Chee Meng Mak

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She is member of Affective and Assistive Technology (AAT) Research Centre and her current research interests include computer vision and image processing, pattern recognition and human-computer interaction. She has completed several projects including the two recent projects: " Hidden Markov Models for Forecasting Stock Prices " , and " A Vision-based(More)
Posture language is rich in ways for individuals to express a variety of desire, feelings and thoughts. Recognizing human posture via computer is a challenging task as it involved multiple issues ranging from image, recognition algorithm and system resources. This proposed work aimed to solve viewpoint variation issue through causal topology design Hidden(More)
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