• Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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Component-based density propagation for human body tracking


Young-Suk Shin, Eun-Mi Cha, Kyoung-Mi Lee, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 91-102, Jun. 2008
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Abstract

This paper proposes component-based density propagation for tracking a component-based human body model that comprises components and their flexible links. We divide a human body into six body parts as components - head, body, left arm, right arm, left foot, and right foot - that are most necessary in tracking its movement. Instead of tracking a whole body's silhouette, using component-based density propagation, the proposed method individually tracks each component of various parts of human body through a human body model connecting the components. The proposed human body tracking system has been applied to track movements usee for young children's movement education: balancing, hopping, jumping, walking, turning, bending, and stretching. This proposed system demonstrated the validity and effectiveness of movement tracking by independently detecting each component in the human body model and by acquiring an average 97% of high tracking rate.


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Cite this article
[APA Style]
Young-Suk Shin, Eun-Mi Cha, & Kyoung-Mi Lee (2008). Component-based density propagation for human body tracking. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 9(3), 91-102.

[IEEE Style]
Y. Shin, E. Cha and K. Lee, "Component-based density propagation for human body tracking," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 91-102, 2008.

[ACM Style]
Young-Suk Shin, Eun-Mi Cha, and Kyoung-Mi Lee. 2008. Component-based density propagation for human body tracking. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 9, 3, (2008), 91-102.