“Database Techniques With Motion Capture” by Faloutsos and Hodgins

  • ©Christos Faloutsos and Jessica K. Hodgins

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    Database Techniques With Motion Capture

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    Prerequisites
    Typical knowledge derived from undergraduate studies in computer science.

    Intended Audience
    Researchers who want to get up to speed with the major tools for indexing and processing large motion-capture databases. Also practitioners who want a concise, intuitive overview of the state of the art.

    Description
    Motion-capture databases are now large, varied, and widely used. This course covers techniques that are useful for organizing, processing, and navigating such databases. Topics include choice of distance function, indexing for fast retrieval, and time-series prediction for stitching, segmentation, and outlier detection. Current and potential applications are discussed.

     

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