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2008
ACM
12 years 11 months ago
Sherlock: automatically locating objects for humans
Over the course of a day a human interacts with tens or hundreds of individual objects. Many of these articles are nomadic, relying on human memory to manually index, inventory, o...
Aditya Nemmaluri, Mark D. Corner, Prashant J. Shen...
ECCV
2002
Springer
13 years 1 months ago
Automatic Detection and Tracking of Human Motion with a View-Based Representation
Abstract. This paper proposes a solution for the automatic detection and tracking of human motion in image sequences. Due to the complexity of the human body and its motion, automa...
Ronan Fablet, Michael J. Black
ICMCS
2005
IEEE
136views Multimedia» more  ICMCS 2005»
12 years 5 months ago
Human Posture Recognition with Convex Programming
We present a novel human posture recognition method using convex programming based matching schemes. Instead of trying to segment the object from the background, we develop a nove...
Hao Jiang, Ze-Nian Li, Mark S. Drew
CHI
2003
ACM
13 years 5 days ago
Finding objects in "strata drawer"
Looking for a document in a stack of papers is a difficult job. If the "strata" of the drawer contents is known, then locating will be much easier. Strata Drawer is a ca...
Itiro Siio, Jim Rowan, Elizabeth D. Mynatt
CHI
1996
ACM
12 years 4 months ago
Augmenting Real-World Objects: A Paper-Based Audio Notebook
The Audio Notebook allows a user to capture and access an audio recording of a lecture or meeting in conjunction with notes written on paper. The audio recording is synchronized w...
Lisa Stifelman
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