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A MIMO Radar-based Few-Shot Learning Approach for Human-ID

@article{Weller2021AMR,
  title={A MIMO Radar-based Few-Shot Learning Approach for Human-ID},
  author={Pascal Weller and Fady Aziz and Sherif Abdulatif and Urs Schneider and Marco F. Huber},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2110.08595}
}
Radar for deep learning-based human identification has become a research area of increasing interest. It has been shown that micro-Doppler (μ-D) can reflect the walking behavior through capturing the periodic limbs’ micro-motions. One of the main aspects is maximizing the number of included classes while considering the real-time and training dataset size constraints. In this paper, a multiple-inputmultiple-output (MIMO) radar is used to formulate micromotion spectrograms of the elevation… 
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