Gesture Recognition with a 3-D Accelerometer

@inproceedings{Wu2009GestureRW,
  title={Gesture Recognition with a 3-D Accelerometer},
  author={Jiahui Wu and Gang Pan and Daqing Zhang and Guande Qi and Shijian Li},
  booktitle={UIC},
  year={2009}
}
Gesture-based interaction, as a natural way for human-computer interaction, has a wide range of applications in ubiquitous computing environment. This paper presents an acceleration-based gesture recognition approach, called FDSVM ( Frame-based Descriptor and multi-class SVM), which needs only a wearable 3-dimensional accelerometer. With FDSVM, firstly, the acceleration data of a gesture is collected and represented by a frame-based descriptor, to extract the discriminative information. Then a… CONTINUE READING
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