Detection and Tracking of Human Legs by a Mobile Robot 1 Nidhin

@inproceedings{Alexander2014DetectionAT,
  title={Detection and Tracking of Human Legs by a Mobile Robot 1 Nidhin},
  author={Samuel Alexander and S. Chacko},
  year={2014}
}
The autonomous navigation capabilities of mobile robots is a social and technological issue.Many potential applications add to the importance of human following technology.Some of the applications include museum guide robots and service robots at shopping center.In this paper,we propose the detection and tracking schemes for human legs by the use of a camera.The robust tracking of humans is achieved by exploiting a human walking model.The leg detection and tracking schemes are realized by the… CONTINUE READING

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