Markerless Human Motion Capture: An Application of Simulated Annealing and Fast Marching Method
Research into optical markerless human motion capture has attracted significant attention. However, the complexity of the human anatomy, ambiguities introduced by lacking full-perspective view data and noises involved in data processing make human motion
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