Multi-view gait recognition based on motion regression using multilayer perceptron

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Proceedings - International Conference on Pattern Recognition, 2010, pp. 2186 - 2189
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It has been shown that gait is an efficient biometric feature for identifying a person at a distance. However, it is a challenging problem to obtain reliable gait feature when viewing angle changes because the body appearance can be different under the various viewing angles. In this paper, the problem above is formulated as a regression problem where a novel View Transformation Model (VTM) is constructed by adopting Multilayer Perceptron (MLP) as regression tool. It smoothly estimates gait feature under an unknown viewing angle based on motion information in a well selected Region of Interest (ROI) under other existing viewing angles. Thus, this proposal can normalize gait features under various viewing angles into a common viewing angle before gait similarity measurement is carried out. Encouraging experimental results have been obtained based on widely adopted benchmark database. © 2010 IEEE.
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