Full Body Person Identification Using the Kinect Sensor

@article{Andersson2014FullBP,
  title={Full Body Person Identification Using the Kinect Sensor},
  author={Virginia O. Andersson and Ricardo Matsumura de Ara{\'u}jo},
  journal={2014 IEEE 26th International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence},
  year={2014},
  pages={627-633}
}
Identifying individuals using biometric data is an important task in surveillance, authentication and even entertainment. This task is more challenging when required to be performed without physical contact and at a distance. Analyzing video footages from individuals for patterns is an active area of research aiming at fulfilling this goal. We describe results on classifiers trained to identify individuals from data collected from 140 subjects walking in front of a Microsoft Kinect sensor… CONTINUE READING

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