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ICRA
2007
IEEE
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13 years 9 months ago
Marker-less Human Motion Estimation using Articulated Deformable Model
— This paper presents a novel whole body motion estimation method by fitting a deformable articulated model of the human body into the 3D reconstructed volume obtained from mult...
Koichi Ogawara, Xiaolu Li, Katsushi Ikeuchi
CVPR
2010
IEEE
13 years 8 months ago
Contour People: A Parameterized Model of 2D Articulated Human Shape
We define a new “contour person” model of the human body that has the expressive power of a detailed 3D model and the computational benefits of a simple 2D part-based model....
Oren Freifeld, Alex Weiss, Silvia Zuffi, Michael B...
AMDO
2008
Springer
13 years 4 months ago
Learning to Look at Humans - What Are the Parts of a Moving Body?
We present a system that can segment articulated, non-rigid motion without a priori knowledge of the number of clusters present in the analyzed scenario. We combine existing algori...
Thomas Walther, Rolf P. Würtz
AMDO
2008
Springer
13 years 4 months ago
Exploiting Structural Hierarchy in Articulated Objects Towards Robust Motion Capture
This paper presents a general analysis framework towards exploiting the underlying hierarchical and scalable structure of an articulated object for pose estimation and tracking. Th...
Cristian Canton-Ferrer, Josep R. Casas, Montse Par...
CVPR
2006
IEEE
14 years 4 months ago
An Adaptive Appearance Model Approach for Model-based Articulated Object Tracking
The detection and tracking of three-dimensional human body models has progressed rapidly but successful approaches typically rely on accurate foreground silhouettes obtained using...
Alexandru O. Balan, Michael J. Black