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Movemes for Modeling Biological Motion Perception

Goncalves, Luis and Di Bernardo, Enrico and Perona, Pietro (2004) Movemes for Modeling Biological Motion Perception. In: Seeing, Thinking and Knowing. Theory and Decision Library A. No.38. Springer , Dordrecht, pp. 143-170. ISBN 978-1-4020-2080-3.

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In 1973 Gunnar Johannson [18] discovered the surprising ability of our visual system in perceiving biological motion, i.e. the motion of the human body, even from highly empoverished and ambiguous stimuli. In attempting to develop models for explaining the perception of biological motion we examine models developed for different purposes in two areas of engineering, computer vision and computer graphics.

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Additional Information:© 2004 Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Subject Keywords:Radial Basis Function; Input Space; Human Motion; Hide Unit; Biological Motion
Series Name:Theory and Decision Library A
Issue or Number:38
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