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Unformatted text preview: ng the paper and also special thanks to Ms. Hua Bin Zhao, Mr. Qasim Iqbal, Mr. Alexander Strehl and Mr. Shishir Shah for their invaluable advice and comments. References 1 J. K. Aggarwal and Qin Cai. Human motion analysis: A review. Computer Vision and Image Understanding, pages 428 440, 1999. 2 J.K. Aggarwal, Qin Cai, W. Liao, and B. Sabata. Nonrigid motion analysis: Articulated and elastic motion. Computer Vision and Image Understanding, pages 142 156, 1997. 3 Douglas Ayers and Mubarak Shah. Recognizing human action in a static room. In Proceedings Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, pages 42 46, 1998. 4 A. Bobick and J. Davis. Appearance-based motion recognition of human actions. Master's thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1996. 5 Qin Cai and J.K. Aggarwal. Automatic tracking of human motion in indoor scene across multiple synchronized video streams. International Conference on Computer Vision, 1998. 6 L. Campbell and A. Bobick. Recognition of human body motion using phase space constraints. IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computer Vision, pages 624 630, 1995. 7 James Davis and Aaron Bobick. The representation and recognition of action using temporal plates. In Proceedings Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, pages 928 934, 1997. 8 R. O. Duda and P. E. Hart. Pattern Classi cation and Scene Analysis. New York Wiley, 1973. 9 Stephen S. Intille, James Davis, and Aaron Bobick. Real time closed world tracking. In Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, pages 697 703, 1997. 10 J. Rehg and T. Kanade. Model based tracking of self-occluding articulated objects. IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computer Vision, pages 612 617, 1995. 11 K Rohr. Towards model-based recognition of human movements in image sequences. CVGIP, Image Understanding, 59 n:94 115, 1994. 12 Nuria Oliver Barbara Rosario and Alex Pentland. A bayesian computer vision system for modeling human interactions. Proceedings of ICVS99, 1999. 13 Saad Ahmed Sirohey. Human face segmentation and identi cation. Master's thesis, University of Maryland, 1993. 14 J. Yamato, J. Ohya, and K. Ishii. Recognizing human action in time sequential images using hidden markov models. In Proceedings of IEEE Interantional Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, pages 379 385, 1992. 15 Jie Yang, Yangsheng Xu, and Chiou S. Chen. Human action learning via hidden markov model. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, A:34 44, 1997. Figure 3a:Sequence of a person standing up in the lateral view. Figure 3b:Segmented sequence of a person standing up in the lateral view. Figure 4a:Sequence of a person bending over in the front view Figure 4b:Segmented sequence of a person bending over in the front view. Figure 5a:Sequence of a person bending sideways in the front view. Figure 5b:Segmented sequence of a person bending sideways in the front view. Figure 6a:Sequence of a person hugging another in the lateral view. Figure 6b:Segmented sequence of a person hugging another in the lateral view....
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