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Human motion recognition using Nonlinear Transient Computation

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Human motion recognition using Nonlinear Transient Computation
A novel approach to human motion recognition is proposed that is based on a variation of the Nonlinear Transient Computation Machine (NTCM). The motion data used to train the NTCM comes from point-light display video sequences of a human walking. The NTCM is trained to distinguish between sequences of video frames that depict coordinated walking motion from those that depict uncoordinated (random) motion.
Nigel Crook, Wee Jin Goh
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ESANN
Authors Nigel Crook, Wee Jin Goh
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