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Primitives for Human Motion: A Dynamical Approach
Abstract Using tools from dynamical systems theory
Using tools from dynamical systems theory and systems identification theory we develop the study of primitives for human motion which we refer to as <i>movemes</i>. We introduce basic definitions of dynamical independence of LTI systems and segmentability of signals and, for two dimensional motions, we develop classification and segmentation algorithms. We test our ideas on data sampled from four human subjects who were engaged in a simple real-­life activity including two movemes. Our experiments show that we are able to distinguish between the two movemes and recognise them even when they take place in an activity containing more than one moveme.
activity containing more than one moveme.  +
Authors Domitilla Del Vecchio, Richard M. Murray, Pietro Perona  +
ID 2001i  +
Source 2002 IFAC World Congress. CDS Technical Report 01-009  +
Tag dmp01-cds  +
Title Primitives for Human Motion: A Dynamical Approach +
Type Conference paper  +
Categories Papers
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