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Fine-grained Hand Gesture Recognition in Multi-viewpoint Hand Hygiene

@article{Vo2021FinegrainedHG,
  title={Fine-grained Hand Gesture Recognition in Multi-viewpoint Hand Hygiene},
  author={Huy Q. Vo and Tuong KL. Do and Vi C. Pham and Duy Nguyen and An T. Duong and Quang D. Tran},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.02917}
}
This paper contributes a new high-quality dataset for hand gesture recognition in hand hygiene systems, named “MFH”. Generally, current datasets are not focused on: (i) fine-grained actions; and (ii) data mismatch between different viewpoints, which are available under realistic settings. To address the aforementioned issues, the MFH dataset is proposed to contain a total of 731147 samples obtained by different camera views in 6 non-overlapping locations. Additionally, each sample belongs to… Expand

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