Computer vision for human-machine interaction
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Ke, Q. and Liu, J. and Bennamoun, M. and An, S. and Sohel, F. and Boussaid, F. 2018. Computer vision for human-machine interaction. In Computer Vision For Assistive Healthcare, 127-145.
Computer Vision For Assistive Healthcare
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© 2018 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Human-machine interaction (HMI) refers to the communication and interaction between a human and a machine via a user interface. Nowadays, natural user interfaces such as gestures have gained increasing attention as they allow humans to control machines through natural and intuitive behaviors. In gesture-based HMI, a sensor such as Microsoft Kinect is used to capture the human postures and motions, which are processed to control a machine. The key task of gesture-based HMI is to recognize the.
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