3D Skeleton model derived from Kinect Depth Sensor Camera and its application to walking style quality evaluations

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Feature extraction for gait recognition has been created widely. The ancestor for this task is divided into two parts, model based and free-model based. Model-based approaches obtain a set of static or dynamic skeleton parameters via modeling or tracking body components such as limbs, legs, arms and thighs. Model-free approaches focus on shapes of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Arai20133DSM, title={3D Skeleton model derived from Kinect Depth Sensor Camera and its application to walking style quality evaluations}, author={Kohei Arai and Rosa Andrie Asmara}, year={2013} }