Synchronization of oscillations for machine perception of gaits

@article{Boyd2004SynchronizationOO,
  title={Synchronization of oscillations for machine perception of gaits},
  author={Jeffrey E. Boyd},
  journal={Computer Vision and Image Understanding},
  year={2004},
  volume={96},
  pages={35-59}
}
Substantial evidence supports a relationship between gait perception and gait synthesis. Furthermore, passive mechanical systems demonstrate that the jointed leg systems of humans have innate oscillations that form a gait. These observations suggest that systems may perceive gaits by synchronizing an internal oscillating model to observed oscillations. We present such a system in this paper that uses phase-locked loops to synchronize an internal oscillator with oscillations from a video source… CONTINUE READING
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