Cross-Speed Gait Recognition Using Speed-Invariant Gait Templates and Globality–Locality Preserving Projections

@article{Huang2015CrossSpeedGR,
  title={Cross-Speed Gait Recognition Using Speed-Invariant Gait Templates and Globality–Locality Preserving Projections},
  author={Sheng Huang and Ahmed M. Elgammal and Jiwen Lu and Dan Yang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security},
  year={2015},
  volume={10},
  pages={2071-2083}
}
We present a novel manifold-based approach for cross-speed gait recognition. In our approach, the walking action is considered as residing on a manifold, in the feature space, that is homomorphic to a unit circle. We employ thin plate spline (TPS) kernel-based radial basis function (RBF) interpolation to fit such manifold. TPS kernel-based RBF interpolation separates the learned coefficients into an affine component and a nonaffine component, which, respectively, encodes the dynamic and static… CONTINUE READING

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