Gait recognition without subject cooperation

@article{Bashir2010GaitRW,
  title={Gait recognition without subject cooperation},
  author={Khalid Bashir and Tao Xiang and Shaogang Gong},
  journal={Pattern Recognition Letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={31},
  pages={2052-2060}
}
The strength of gait, compared to other biometrics, is that it does not require cooperative subjects. In previous work gait recognition approaches were evaluated using a gallery set consisting of gait sequences of people under similar covariate conditions (e.g. clothing, surface, carrying, and view conditions). This evaluation procedure, however, implies that the gait data are collected in a cooperative manner so that the covariate conditions are known a priori. In this work, gait recognition… CONTINUE READING
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