Knowledge-guided visual perception of 3-D human gait from a single image sequence

@article{Chen1992KnowledgeguidedVP,
  title={Knowledge-guided visual perception of 3-D human gait from a single image sequence},
  author={Zen Chen and Hsi-Jian Lee},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics},
  year={1992},
  volume={22},
  pages={336-342}
}
A computer vision method is presented to determine the 3D spatial locations of joints or feature points of a human body from a film recording the human motion during walking. The proposed method first applies the geometric projection theory to obtain a set of feasible postures from a single image, then it makes use of the given dimensions of the human stick figure, physiological and motion-specific knowledge to constrain the feasible postures in both the single-frame analysis and the multi… CONTINUE READING
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