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- Damien Michel, Costas Panagiotakis, Antonis A. Argyros:
Tracking the articulated motion of the human body with two RGBD cameras. Mach. Vis. Appl. 26(1): 41-54 (2015)
- Leonid M. Raskin, Michael Rudzsky, Ehud Rivlin:
Dimensionality reduction using a Gaussian Process Annealed Particle Filter for tracking and classification of articulated body motions. Comput. Vis. Image Underst. 115(4): 503-519 (2011)
- Bogdan Kwolek, Tomasz Krzeszowski, Konrad W. Wojciechowski:
Swarm Intelligence Based Searching Schemes for Articulated 3D Body Motion Tracking. ACIVS 2011: 115-126
- Carsten Stoll, Nils Hasler, Juergen Gall, Hans-Peter Seidel, Christian Theobalt:
Fast articulated motion tracking using a sums of Gaussians body model. ICCV 2011: 951-958
- Tomasz Krzeszowski, Bogdan Kwolek, Konrad W. Wojciechowski:
Articulated Body Motion Tracking by Combined Particle Swarm Optimization and Particle Filtering. ICCVG (1) 2010: 147-154
- Hildegard Kuehne, Annika Woerner:
Motion-based Feature Clustering for Articulated Body Tracking. VISAPP (1) 2009: 579-584
- Patrick Peursum, Svetha Venkatesh, Geoff A. W. West:
Tracking-as-Recognition for Articulated Full-Body Human Motion Analysis. CVPR 2007
- Xinyu Xu, Baoxin Li:
Learning Motion Correlation for Tracking Articulated Human Body with a Rao-Blackwellised Particle Filter. ICCV 2007: 1-8
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