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Multi-view gait recognition on curved
Appearance changes due to viewing angle changes cause difficulties for most of the gait recognition methods. In this paper, we propose a new approach for multi-view recognition, which allows to recognize people walking on ...
Pyramidal Fisher Motion for Multiview Gait Recognition
The goal of this paper is to identify individuals by analyzing their gait. Instead of using binary silhouettes as input data (as done in many previous works) we propose and evaluate the use of motion descriptors based on ...
Entropy Volumes for Viewpoint Independent Gait Recognition
Gait as biometrics has been widely used for human identi cation. However, direction changes cause di culties for most of the gait recognition systems, due to appearance changes. This study presents an e cient multi-view ...
A new approach for multi-view gait recognition on unconstrained paths
Direction changes cause di culties for most of the gait recognition systems, due to appearance changes. We propose a new approach for multi-view gait recognition, which focuses on recognizing people walking on unconstrained ...