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Predicting Missing Markers to Drive Real-Time Centre of Rotation Estimation

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Predicting Missing Markers to Drive Real-Time Centre of Rotation Estimation
This paper addresses the problem of real-time location of the joints or centres of rotation (CoR) of human skeletons in the presence of missing data. The data is assumed to be 3d marker positions from a motion capture system. We present an integrated framework which predicts the occluded marker positions using a Kalman filter in combination with inferred information from neighbouring markers and thereby maintains a continuous data-flow. The CoR positions can be calculated with high accuracy even in cases where markers are occluded for a long period of time.
Andreas Aristidou, Jonathan Cameron, Joan Lasenby
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where AMDO
Authors Andreas Aristidou, Jonathan Cameron, Joan Lasenby
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