GaitSet: Regarding Gait as a Set for Cross-View Gait Recognition

  title={GaitSet: Regarding Gait as a Set for Cross-View Gait Recognition},
  author={Hanqing Chao and Yiwei He and Junping Zhang and Jianfeng Feng},
As a unique biometric feature that can be recognized at a distance, gait has broad applications in crime prevention, forensic identification and social security. To portray a gait, existing gait recognition methods utilize either a gait template, where temporal information is hard to preserve, or a gait sequence, which must keep unnecessary sequential constraints and thus loses the flexibility of gait recognition. In this paper we present a novel perspective, where a gait is regarded as a set… 

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