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Pose Classification Using Support Vector Machines

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Pose Classification Using Support Vector Machines
The field of human-computer interaction has been widely investigated in the last years, resulting in a variety of systems used in different application fields like virtual reality simulation environments, software user interfaces, and digital library systems. A very crucial part of all these systems is the input module which is devoted to recognize the human operator in terms of tracking and/or recognition of human face, arms position, hand gestures, and so on. In this work a software architecture is presented, for the automatic recognition of human arms poses. Our research has been carried on in the robotics framework. A mobile robot that has to find its path to the goal in a partially structured environment can be trained by a human operator to follow particular routes in order to perform its task quickly. The system is able to recognize and classify some different poses of the operator's arms as direction commands like "turn-left", "turn-right", "go-st...
Edoardo Ardizzone, Antonio Chella, Roberto Pirrone
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where IJCNN
Authors Edoardo Ardizzone, Antonio Chella, Roberto Pirrone
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