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Automatic Gait Recognition
(this project has ended)

A major aim of the project at Southampton is to develop a database for research work in automatic gait recognition. We describe elsewhere our own research in automatic gait recognition where many of our students apply their new moving-feature extraction and description techniques. The advantages of using gait as a biometric are that it is non-contact and sequence based.

Homepage: http://www.gait.ecs.soton.ac.uk/
Type: Normal Research Project
Research Group: Information: Signals, Images, Systems Research Group
Themes: Image Processing, Biometrics
Dates: 15th November 2000 to 30th December 2002

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Partners

  • Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)
  • Massachusetts Insitute of Technology (MIT)
  • Georgia Tech (GATech)
  • University of Maryland
  • University of South Florida

Funding

  • Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

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Associated Publications

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