Variational Methods for Human Modeling

@inproceedings{Bagautdinov2018VariationalMF,
  title={Variational Methods for Human Modeling},
  author={Timur M. Bagautdinov},
  year={2018}
}
A large part of computer vision research is devoted to building models and algorithms aimed at understanding human appearance and behaviour from images and videos. Ultimately, we want to build automated systems that are at least as capable as people when it comes to interpreting humans. Most of the tasks that we want these systems to solve can be posed as a problem of inference in probabilistic models. Although probabilistic inference in general is a very hard problem of its own, there exists a… CONTINUE READING

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