Towards 3-d Model-based Tracking and Recognition of Human Movement: a Multi-view Approach

@inproceedings{Gavrila1995Towards3M,
  title={Towards 3-d Model-based Tracking and Recognition of Human Movement: a Multi-view Approach},
  author={Dariu Gavrila},
  year={1995}
}
In this paper we describe our work on 3-D model-based tracking and recognition of human movement from real images. Our system has two major components. The rst component takes real image sequences acquired from multiple views and recovers the 3-D body pose at each time instant. The pose-recovery problem is formulated as a search problem and entails nding the pose parameters of a graphical human model for which its synthesized appearance is most similar to the actual appearance of the real human… CONTINUE READING
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