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Segmentation of Human Motion into Dynamics Based Primitives with Application to Drawing Tasks
Abstract Using tools from dynamical systems and sys …
Using tools from dynamical systems and systems identification we develop a framework for the study of decomposition of human motion. The objective is understanding human motion by decomposing it into a sequence of elementary building blocks, which we refer to as movemes, that belong to a known alphabet of dynamical systems. We develop classification and segmentation algorithms with error analysis and we test them on human drawing data.
s and we test them on human drawing data.  +
Authors Domitilla Del Vecchio, Richard M. Murray, Pietro Perona  +
ID 2002l  +
Source 2003 American Control Conference  +
Tag dmp03-acc  +
Title Segmentation of Human Motion into Dynamics Based Primitives with Application to Drawing Tasks +
Type Conference Paper  +
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