Exploiting speech/gesture co-occurrence for improving continuous gesture recognition in weather narration

@article{Sharma2000ExploitingSC,
  title={Exploiting speech/gesture co-occurrence for improving continuous gesture recognition in weather narration},
  author={Rajeev Sharma and Jiongyu Cai and Srivat Chakravarthy and Indrajit Poddar and Yogesh Sethi},
  journal={Proceedings Fourth IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (Cat. No. PR00580)},
  year={2000},
  pages={422-427}
}
In order to incorporate naturalness in the design of human computer interfaces (HCI), it is desirable to develop recognition techniques capable of handling continuous natural gesture and speech inputs. Though many different researchers have reported high recognition rates for gesture recognition using hidden Markov models (HMM), the gestures used are mostly pre-defined and are bound with syntactical and grammatical constraints. But natural gestures do not string together in syntactical bindings… CONTINUE READING

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