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The model-based approaches for tracking of human bodies in image sequences can be c ategorized into two types; tting model to body frame by frame, and accumulating estimated p ose displacements in successive frames after model tting at the initial frame. The latter has an inherent drawback as accumulation of tracking errors while the one has a great… (More)

- Yoshito Ohta
- MCSS
- 1999

— This paper is concerned with obtaining necessary and sufficient conditions for fulfilling specified state and control pointwise-in-time constraints against a certain class of nonlinear dynamics. The results are generalizations of the maximal output admissible set theory to the case of nonlinear systems. Main contribution of the present paper is that… (More)

— Given an inner function, the orthogonal complement of the corresponding shift invariant subspace induces a system transformation for linear time-invariant systems, which is a generalization of the lifting technique for the sample-data control and Hambo-transform in the sense the inner function is arbitrary. This paper extends the transformation for… (More)