SVM-Based Approach for Human Daily Motion Recognition
The application of human motion analysis and recognition is very extensive, involving national defense, medical, film production and many other areas.
Research supported by the High-End Talent Oversea Returnees Foundation of Shenzhen (KQC201109020052A), Basic Research Foundation (Outstanding Young Investigator Track) of Shenzhen (JC201005260124A), and the National Science Foundation of China (81000647).
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