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CVPR
2012
IEEE
7 years 1 months ago
Multi-view latent variable discriminative models for action recognition
Many human action recognition tasks involve data that can be factorized into multiple views such as body postures and hand shapes. These views often interact with each other over ...
Yale Song, Louis-Philippe Morency, Randall Davis
IWC
2006
165views more  IWC 2006»
8 years 11 months ago
Cross-cultural differences in recognizing affect from body posture
Conveyance and recognition of human emotion and affective expression is influenced by many factors, including culture. Within the user modeling field, it has become increasingly n...
Andrea Kleinsmith, P. Ravindra De Silva, Nadia Bia...
FGR
2000
IEEE
161views Biometrics» more  FGR 2000»
9 years 3 months ago
Learning and Synthesizing Human Body Motion and Posture
A novel approach is presented for estimating human body posture and motion from a video sequence. Human pose is defined as the instantaneous image plane configuration of a singl...
Rómer Rosales, Stan Sclaroff
AMFG
2003
IEEE
157views Biometrics» more  AMFG 2003»
9 years 4 months ago
Inference of Human Postures by Classification of 3D Human Body Shape
In this paper we describe an approach for inferring the body posture using a 3D visual-hull constructed from a set of silhouettes. We introduce an appearance-based, view-independe...
Isaac Cohen, Hongxia Li
ICAPR
2005
Springer
9 years 4 months ago
3D Action Modeling and Reconstruction for 2D Human Body Tracking
In this paper we present a technique for predicting the 2D human body joints and limbs position in monocular image sequences, and reconstructing its corresponding 3D postures using...
Ignasi Rius, Daniel Rowe, Jordi Gonzàlez, F...
WACV
2005
IEEE
9 years 4 months ago
Combining View-Based and Model-Based Tracking of Articulated Human Movements
Many existing systems for human body tracking are based on dynamic model-based tracking that is driven by local image features. Alternatively, within a view-based approach, tracki...
Cristóbal Curio, Martin A. Giese
ACII
2007
Springer
9 years 5 months ago
Person or Puppet? The Role of Stimulus Realism in Attributing Emotion to Static Body Postures
Knowledge of the relation between body posture and the perception of affect is limited. Existing studies of emotion attribution to static body postures vary in method, response mod...
Marco Pasch, Ronald Poppe
ICPR
2004
IEEE
10 years 7 days ago
Complex Human Activity Recognition for Monitoring Wide Outdoor Environments
The problem of automatic recognition of human activities is among the most important and challenging open areas of research in Computer Vision. This paper presents a new approach ...
Arcangelo Distante, I. Gnoni, Marco Leo, Paolo Spa...
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