ESTIMATION ALGORITHMS FOR AMBIGUOUS VISUAL MODELS Three-Dimensional Human Modeling and Motion Reconstruction in Monocular Video Sequences

@inproceedings{De2002ESTIMATIONAF,
  title={ESTIMATION ALGORITHMS FOR AMBIGUOUS VISUAL MODELS Three-Dimensional Human Modeling and Motion Reconstruction in Monocular Video Sequences},
  author={D De and William and TRIGGS and M.. and Roger and Mohr and M Pr{\'e}sident and Michael and Black and Rapporteur and Andrew and Blake and Directeur de th{\`e}se and Long and Quan and Co-encadrant and Richard and Hartley and Examinateur},
  year={2002}
}
This thesis studies the problem of tracking and reconstructing three-dimensional articulated human motion in monocular video sequences. This is an important problem with applications in areas like markerless motion capture for animation and virtual reality, video indexing, human-computer interaction or intelligent surveillance. A system that aims to reconstruct 3D human motion using single camera sequences faces difficulties caused by the lossy nature of monocular projection and the high… CONTINUE READING
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