Towards Automated Video Analysis of Sensorimotor Assessment Data

  title={Towards Automated Video Analysis of Sensorimotor Assessment Data},
  author={Ana B. Graciano Fouquier and S{\'e}verine Dubuisson and Isabelle Bloch and Anja Kl{\"o}ckner},
Sensorimotor assessment aims at evaluating sensorial and motor capabilities of children who are likely to present a pervasive developmental disorder, such as autism. It relies on playful activities which are proposed by a psychomotrician expert to the child, with the intent of observing how the latter responds to various physical and cognitive stimuli. Each session is recorded so that the psychomotrician can use the video as a support for reviewing in-session impressions and drawing final… 

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