People identification and tracking through fusion of facial and gait features

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Guan, Yu; Wei, Xingjie; Li, Chang-Tsun; Keller, Yosi;
  • Publisher: Springer International Publishing
  • Subject: QA76 | TA

This paper reviews the contemporary (face, gait, and fusion) computational approaches for automatic human identification at a distance. For remote identification, there may exist large intra-class variations that can affect the performance of face/gait systems substanti... View more
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