Combining discriminative and generative methods for 3D deformable surface and articulated pose reconstruction

@article{Salzmann2010CombiningDA,
  title={Combining discriminative and generative methods for 3D deformable surface and articulated pose reconstruction},
  author={Mathieu Salzmann and Raquel Urtasun},
  journal={2010 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition},
  year={2010},
  pages={647-654}
}
Historically non-rigid shape recovery and articulated pose estimation have evolved as separate fields. Recent methods for non-rigid shape recovery have focused on improving the algorithmic formulation, but have only considered the case of reconstruction from point-to-point correspondences. In contrast, many techniques for pose estimation have followed a discriminative approach, which allows for the use of more general image cues. However, these techniques typically require large training sets… CONTINUE READING
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