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Human Identification Based on Gait

Nixon, Mark S., Tan, Tieniu, Chellappa, Rama

2006, X, 187 p.

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From the reviews:

"Human Identification Based on Gait is authored by three famous professors from three prestigious universities that are located on three different continents. … They have also worked on many vision problems related to motion processing and analysis … . the authors have done a great job in making this book a standard reference on automatic gait recognition. … a lot of opportunity for further research and development exists in the area of automatic gait recognition. This should excite and motivate interested students and researchers." (IAPR Newsletter, November, 2005)

"An in-depth analysis of the state of the art in gait-based human identification is provided in this book. … The book cover clearly identifies the volume as one aimed at a professional audience … . A person interested in human-movement modeling and authentication would benefit from reading the first step in understanding both the capabilities and limitations of the field." (Stefan Robila, Computing Reviews, November, 2006)

 

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