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Recognition of human motion behaviors using multiple omni-directional vision sensors

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4 Author(s)
Nishimura, T. ; Tsukuba Res. Center, Real World Comput. Partnership, Tsukuba, Japan ; Sogo, T. ; Oka, R. ; Ishiguro, H.

In order to obtain flexibility of recognition system of human motion behaviors, omni-directional vision sensors are used for both tracking humans and getting multiple. views of different directions that allows human to move with natural behavior in large area. First, a vision-based aspect model is proposed which realize the recognition independent of the human-direction. It contains feature vector sequences that were taken from all direction around the human. Next, the authors' appearance-based feature extraction method is demonstrated to be useful for whole body motion recognition. A new technique, spatio-temporal continuous dynamic programming, allows a human to rotate even when he is doing a motion behavior

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Industrial Electronics Society, 2000. IECON 2000. 26th Annual Confjerence of the IEEE  (Volume:4 )

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2000