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Fixing the root node: Efficient tracking and detection of 3D human pose through local solutions / Xianghua, Xie; Jingjing, Deng

Image and Vision Computing, Volume: 52, Pages: 73 - 87

Swansea University Authors: Xianghua, Xie, Jingjing, Deng

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We propose that this problem can be more easily solved by first finding the solutions to a set of easier sub-problems. These are to locally estimate pose conditioned on a fixed root node state, which defines the global position and orientation of the person. The global solution can then be found usi...

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ISSN: 02628856
Published: 2016
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title Fixing the root node: Efficient tracking and detection of 3D human pose through local solutions
spellingShingle Fixing the root node: Efficient tracking and detection of 3D human pose through local solutions
Xianghua, Xie
Jingjing, Deng
title_short Fixing the root node: Efficient tracking and detection of 3D human pose through local solutions
title_full Fixing the root node: Efficient tracking and detection of 3D human pose through local solutions
title_fullStr Fixing the root node: Efficient tracking and detection of 3D human pose through local solutions
title_full_unstemmed Fixing the root node: Efficient tracking and detection of 3D human pose through local solutions
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description We propose that this problem can be more easily solved by first finding the solutions to a set of easier sub-problems. These are to locally estimate pose conditioned on a fixed root node state, which defines the global position and orientation of the person. The global solution can then be found using information extracted during this procedure.
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