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A survey of advances in vision-based human motion capture and analysis
A survey of computer vision-based human motion capture, Computer Vision and Image Understanding, 81(3) (2001) 231-268. Expand
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A Survey of Computer Vision-Based Human Motion Capture
A comprehensive survey of computer vision-based human motion capture literature from the past two decades is presented to provide a reference to describe and compare the more than 130 publications covered by the survey. Expand
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A Procedure for Developing Intuitive and Ergonomic Gesture Interfaces for HCI
This paper presents some important issues in choosing the set of gestures for the interface from a user-centred view such as learning rate, ergonomics, and intuition. Expand
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Vision-Based Traffic Sign Detection and Analysis for Intelligent Driver Assistance Systems: Perspectives and Survey
In this paper, we provide a survey of the traffic sign detection literature, detailing detection systems for traffic sign recognition (TSR) for driver assistance. Expand
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Super-resolution: a comprehensive survey
Super-resolution, the process of obtaining one or more high-resolution images from low-resolution observations, has been a very attractive research topic over the last two decades. Expand
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Selective spatio-temporal interest points
We present a novel approach for robust and selective STIP detection, by applying surround suppression combined with local and temporal constraints combined with spatial pyramid and vocabulary compression techniques. Expand
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Visual Analysis of Humans - Looking at People
This unique text/reference provides a coherent and comprehensive overview of all aspects of video analysis of humans. Expand
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An RGB-D Database Using Microsoft's Kinect for Windows for Face Detection
This paper proposes a public RGB-D database for face detection, it means that the faces are not detected in the database neither in the color images nor in their depth counterparts, therefore they can be used for both detection and recognition. Expand
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Vision for Looking at Traffic Lights: Issues, Survey, and Perspectives
This paper presents the challenges that researchers must overcome in traffic light recognition (TLR) research and provides an overview of ongoing work. Expand
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Thermal cameras and applications: a survey
Thermal cameras are passive sensors that capture the infrared radiation emitted by all objects with a temperature above absolute zero. Expand
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