2008
  V Conference on Articulated Motion and Deformable Objects  
Andratx, Mallorca, Spain. 9-11 July , 2008

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    Ed. Anselm. Turmeda
    Dept. Ciències Matemàtiques i Informàtica.
    Universitat de les Illes Balears (UIB)
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TITLE NAME Camera Ready (CRC) Copyright Form Bank Receipt
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Inverse Kinematics using Sequential Monte Carlo Methods Nicolas Courty
11
Estimation of dense, non-rigid motion fields from a multi-camera array using a hierarchical mixture model Roland  Wilson
16
Learning to look at humans - what are the parts of a moving body? Thomas Walther 
17
Continuous Hand Gesture Recognition in the Learned Hierarchical Latent Variable Space Wei Liang
18
Real-Time 3D Body Pose Tracking from Multiple 2D Images Chi-Wei Chu
21
Human Action Recognition by CRF Using Robust Contour-Extracted Feaures Maria Angeles Mendoza
22
Bone Glow: An Improved Method for the Assignment of Weights for Mesh Deformation Richard Wareham
23
Analysis of human motion, based on the reduction of multidimensional captured data– Application to hand gesture compression, segmentation and synthesis Sylvie Gibet
24
Exploiting Structural Hierarchy in Articulated Objects towards Robust Motion Capture Cristian Canton-Ferrer
25
Estimating Human Skeleton Parameters and Configuration in Real-time from Markered Optical Motion Caputre Jonathan Cameron
26
Dealing with Self-occlusion in Region Based Motion Capture by Means of Internal Regions Christian Schmaltz
27
Model-Based Analysis and Synthesis of Time-Varying Mesh Takashi Maeda
28
Mesh Vertex Pose and Position Interpolation using Geometric Algebra Richard Wareham
30
An audiovisual talking head for augmented speech generation: Models and animations based on a real speaker’s articulatory data Pierre Badin
31
Towards Efficiency in Cloth Simulation Fernando Birra
32
2D Articulated Body Tracking with self-occultations handling Eric Para
33
A Two-Step Approach For Detecting Individuals Within Dense Crowds Chern-Horng Sim
35
3D Modeling for Deformable Objects   Yi Song
36
Active-Vision System Reconfiguration for Form Recognition in the Presence of Dynamic Obstacles  Matthew Mackay
37
View-invariant human action detection using component-wise HMM of body parts Bhaskar Chakraborty
38
A Generative Model for Motion Synthesis And Blending Using Probability Density Estimation Dumebi  Okwechime
39
Gestural Interaction Using Feature Classification Cornelius Malerczyk
40
Predicting Missing Markers to Drive Real-Time Centre of Rotation Estimation Andreas Aristidou
41
Accurate Human Motion Capture Using an Ergonomics Based Anthropometric Human Model Jan Bandouch
42
A Deformable Surface Model with Volume Preserving Springs Sylvester Arnab
43
Temporal Nearest End-Effectors for Real-Time Full-Body Human Actions Recognition Oscar Mena
44
Fusing Edge Cues to Cope Chroma Camouflage Problems in Segmentation Ivan Huerta Casado
45
Body-part templates for recovery of 2D human poses under occlusion Ronald Poppe
46
Autonomous Virtual Agents for Performance Evaluation of Tracking Algorithms Pau Baiget
47
A Manipulable Vision-Based 3D Input Device for Space Curves Alessandro Giusti
49
A Comparative Study on using Zernike Velocity Moments and Hidden Markov Models for Hand Gesture Recognition Moaath Al-Rajab
50
Deformable Volumetric Simplex Meshes Luis Gerardo de la Fraga
54
Analytical Simulation of B-Spline Surfaces Deformation González Hidalgo Manuel
56
Appearance-based tracking and face identification in video sequences Luis Baumela
57
Interactive Constrained Deformations of NURBS Surfaces: N-SCODEF González Hidalgo Manuel
58
A 3D shape descriptor for human pose recovery Laetitia Gond
60
Fast Detection and Modeling of Human-Body Parts from Monocular Video Weilun Lao
62
Kinetic Pseudo-Energy History for Human Dynamic Gestures Recognition Luis Unzueta
65
SUCCESSIVE APPROXIMATIONS - BASED ALGORITHM FOR INDEPENDENT COMPONENT ANALYSIS Constantin Doru
66
Automatic Adjustment of Rigs to Extracted Skeletons Jorge E. Ramírez
70
Real-time recognition of human gestures for 3D interaction  Antoni Jaume-i-Capó
74
Effective emotional classification combining of facial classifiers and user assessment Isabelle Hupont
75
Online and Offline Fingerprint Template Update Using Minutiae: an Experimental Comparison Gian Luca Marcialis

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