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We present a real-time solution for pedestrian detection in images. The key point of such method is the definition of a generic model able to describe the huge variability of pedestrians. We propose a learning based approach using a training set composed by positive and negative samples. A simple description of each candidate image provides a huge feature(More)
Pedestrian recognition in images is a challenging task. Indeed a generic model must be able to describe the huge variability of pedestrians. We propose a learning based approach using a training set composed by positive and negative samples. A simple description of each candidate image provides a huge feature vector from which can be built weak classifiers.(More)
A pose of a rigid object is usually regarded as a rigid transformation, described by a translation and a rotation. In this article, we define a pose as a distinguishable static state of the considered object, and show that the usual identification of the pose space with the space of rigid transformations is abusive, as it is not adapted to objects with(More)
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