A visual-based research on static gesture recognition

@article{Xue2013AVR,
  title={A visual-based research on static gesture recognition},
  author={Jun-Tao Xue and Yun-Rui Zong and Hong-Wei Li},
  journal={2013 International Conference on Machine Learning and Cybernetics},
  year={2013},
  volume={01},
  pages={476-480}
}
Now vision-based gesture recognition plays an important role in the fields of image processing, pattern recognition and so on. Human being hands are highly variable organs and hand features are affected easily by various environmental factors. Considering the characteristics of hand gesture, in this paper we proposes an improved YCbCr color space method to segment gesture images, and extracts Fourier descriptors and Hu moment as recognition features. Finally, the Hausdorff distance is applied… CONTINUE READING

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