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Author: Thomas B Moeslund
Publisher: London ; New York : Springer, ©2011.
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Understanding human activity from video is a key problem in the field of computer vision. With broad coverage and an accessible style, this unique reference is a coherent and comprehensive view of  Read more...


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Visual analysis of humans.
London : Springer, ©2011
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas B Moeslund
ISBN: 9780857299963 0857299964 9780857299970 0857299972
OCLC Number: 740624585
Description: xxi, 632 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Part I: Detection and TrackingIs There Anybody Out There?Thomas B. MoeslundBeyond the Static Camera: Issues and Trends in Active VisionMurad Al Haj, Carles Fernandez, Zhanwu Xiong, Ivan Huerta, Jordi Gonzalez and Xavier RocaFigure-Ground Segmentation - Pixel-BasedAhmed ElgammalFigure-Ground Segmentation - Object BasedBastian LeibeFace DetectionRaghuraman Gopalan, William Robson Schwartz, Rama Chellappa, and Ankur SrivastavaWide Area Tracking in Single and Multiple ViewsB. Song, R. J. Sethi and A. K. Roy-ChowdhuryBenchmark Datasets for Detection and TrackingAnna-Louise Ellis and James FerrymanPart II: Pose EstimationArticulated Pose Estimation and Tracking: IntroductionLeonid SigalModel-based Pose EstimationGerard Pons-Moll and Bodo RosenhahnMotion Models for People TrackingDavid J. FleetPart-based Models for Finding People and Estimating Their PoseDeva RamananFeature-based Pose EstimationCristian Sminchisescu, Liefeng Bo, Catalin Ionescu and Atul KanaujiaBenchmark Datasets for Pose Estimation and TrackingMykhaylo Andriluka, Leonid Sigal and Michael J. BlackPart III: RecognitionOn Human ActionAaron Bobick and Volker KrugerMotion Pattern Analysis for Modeling and Recognition of Complex Human ActivitiesNandita M. Nayak, Ricky J.Sethi, Bi Song, Amit K. Roy-ChowdhuryAction Recognition Using Topic ModelsXiaogang WangLearning Action PrimitivesDana Kulic, Danica Kragic and Volker KrugerContextual Action RecognitionHedvig KjellstroemFacial Expression AnalysisFernando De la Torre and Jeffrey F. CohnBenchmarking Datasets for Human Activity RecognitionHaowei Liu, Rogerio Feris and Ming-Ting SunPart IV: ApplicationsApplications for Visual Analysis of PeopleAdrian HiltonImage and Video-based BiometricsVishal M. Patel, Jaishanker K. Pillai and Rama ChellappaSecurity and SurveillanceShaogang Gong, Chen Change Loy and Tao XiangPredicting Pedestrian TrajectoriesStefano Pellegrini, Andreas Ess and Luc Van GoolHuman Computer InteractionDennis Lin and Vuong Le and Thomas HuangSocial Signal Processing: The Research AgendaMaja Pantic, Roderick Cowie, Francesca DErrico, Dirk Heylen, Marc Mehu, Catherine Pelachaud, Isabella Poggi, Marc Schroeder and Alessandro VinciarelliSign Language RecognitionHelen Cooper, Brian Holt and Richard BowdenSports TV Applications of Computer VisionGraham ThomasMulti-view 4D Reconstruction of Human Action for EntertainmentOliver GrauVision for Driver Assistance: Looking at People in a VehicleCuong Tran and Mohan Manubhai Trivedi
Responsibility: Thomas B. Moeslund [and others], editors.


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