Model-based Recognition of Human Posture using Single Synthetic Images

@inproceedings{Attwood1989ModelbasedRO,
  title={Model-based Recognition of Human Posture using Single Synthetic Images},
  author={C. I. Attwood and Geoffrey D. Sullivan and Keith D. Baker},
  booktitle={Alvey Vision Conference},
  year={1989}
}
Model-based vision has been predominantly concerned with the recognition of single component, rigid objects. This paper describes work attempting to recover the 3D structure of a multi-component, highly articulated object the human body. A major goal of this research has been to go beyond the level of basic object recognition, and attempt to reach a semantic level of description regarding the object's behaviour. Previous research on the recognition of human figures has assumed that the… CONTINUE READING

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