Gait Recognition Under Various Viewing Angles Based on Correlated Motion Regression

  title={Gait Recognition Under Various Viewing Angles Based on Correlated Motion Regression},
  author={Worapan Kusakunniran and Qiang Wu and Jian Zhang and Hongdong Li},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology},
It is well recognized that gait is an important biometric feature to identify a person at a distance, e.g., in video surveillance application. However, in reality, change of viewing angle causes significant challenge for gait recognition. A novel approach using regression-based view transformation model (VTM) is proposed to address this challenge. Gait features from across views can be normalized into a common view using learned VTM(s). In principle, a VTM is used to transform gait feature from… CONTINUE READING
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