Visual Categorization of Children and Adult Walking Styles

  title={Visual Categorization of Children and Adult Walking Styles},
  author={James W. Davis},
We present an approach for visual discrimination of children from adults in video using characteristic regularities present in their locomotion patterns. The framework employs computer vision to analyze correlated, scale invariant locomotion properties for classifying different styles of walking. Male and female subjects for the experiments include six children (3–5 yrs) and nine adults (30–52 yrs). For the analysis, we coordinate a minimalist point-representation of the human body with a space… CONTINUE READING
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