Browse Publications Technical Papers 2000-01-2148

Influence of Pose on 3-D Shape Classification 2000-01-2148

Cleopatra is a 3D database management software to classify the digitized 3D shape of the human bodies contained in the CAESAR database. The classification process is based on the geometric characteristics of the digitized data, along with a filtering process based on text information contained in both, the traditional anthropometric and the extracted measurements files. The information contained in the demographic file is also available for filtering.
This paper discusses the experimental results of tests related to the subject's pose while the scan is made. This is a repeatability test where the subjects (a male and a female) are repeatedly scanned ten times. Each scan is made at different times and the subject attempts to assume the same pose each time.


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