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Spatial and spatio-temporal characterization of movement for the analysis of actions and actors

  title={Spatial and spatio-temporal characterization of movement for the analysis of actions and actors},
  author={Leonardo Claudino and Y. Aloimonos},
  • Leonardo Claudino, Y. Aloimonos
  • Published 2011
  • Mathematics
  • Movement data is high-dimensional but often redundant, meaning there is certainly a lower dimensional subspace that spans most of the body configurations within an action performance. We propose that one such representation can be achieved through a decomposition method that explores the existence of key configurations and temporal correlations of those configurations that are typical of action matrices. The approach is compatible with computational models of motor synergies based on matrix… CONTINUE READING


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