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Gait Recognition by Dynamic Cues

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Many studies have now shown that it is possible to recognize people by the way they walk. As yet there has been little formal study of people recognition using the kinematic-related gait features. We present a new method for gait recognition using dynamic features including the angular measurements of the lower limbs as well as the spatial displacement of the trunk. Gait signatures are derived using Feature selection algorithm which is based on a validation-criterion. We show that gait angular measurements derived from the joint motions mainly the ankle, knee and hip angles, possess most of the discriminatory potency for gait recognition with an achieved correct classification rate of 95.7%

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Bouchrika, Imed and Nixon, Mark (2008) Gait Recognition by Dynamic Cues At 19th IEEE International Conference on Pattern Recognition, United States.

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Published date: December 2008
Additional Information: Event Dates: 2008
Venue - Dates: 19th IEEE International Conference on Pattern Recognition, United States, 2008-01-01
Keywords: gait recognition, computer vision, image processing, biometrics, gait
Organisations: Southampton Wireless Group

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Local EPrints ID: 266141
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/266141
PURE UUID: 9b56caa3-8e09-42b7-ab8d-c47f0007c246

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Date deposited: 16 Jul 2008 14:10
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 07:19

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Author: Imed Bouchrika
Author: Mark Nixon

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