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Human Body Feature Extraction And Posture Recognition Using Neural Fuzzy Network
|關鍵字:||moving object segmentation|
phuman body extraction
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|摘要:||本論文提出了一種基於視覺的人體姿態辨識方法並採用模糊規則為基礎的分類器，目的在於辨識四種人體主要姿態，包含：站、彎、坐、躺。首先藉由兩台攝影機同時擷取兩組連續影像，運用以RGB三原色為基礎的移動物體分割演算法從背景中切割出人體，再配合一系列的影像處理方法，去除雜訊及陰影，最後得到兩組相對應的完整且乾淨之人體剪影。特徵值擷取部份，我們對剪影做水平與垂直投影後，經由離散傅立葉轉換(DFT)來取得投影向量的特徵值，並且配合人體的長寬比值，合併為一組特徵值。另外，將包住人體剪影的最小正方形網格均勻切割，求得剪影在每個分割網格的面積比例並以此作為特徵值，連同第一組特徵值代入分類器。本論文使用:自我建構類神經模糊推論網路(SONFIN)、使用支持向量機訓練之類神經模糊網路(SVM-trained NFN) 及使用高斯核之支持向量機(Gaussian-kernel-based SVM) 做姿態辨識。實驗結果顯示，三種辨識器皆有不錯的辨識效果，然而前兩種採用模糊規則為基礎的分類器所需的運算量較第三種少，更適合實際應用於即時辨識系統。|
This thesis proposes a vision-based human posture recognition method using fuzzy rule-based classifiers. The objective is to recognize four kinds of main body postures, including standing, bending, sitting, and lying. This thesis first uses two cameras to capture two sets of image sequences at the same time. A RGB-based moving object segmentation algorithm is then proposed to distinguish the human body from background. After segmentation, a sequence of image processing approaches is used to reduce the influence of noise and shadow. Finally, two complete and corresponding silhouettes of the human body are obtained. For feature extraction, significant Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) coefficients calculated from horizontal and vertical projections of each silhouette, together with length-width ratio of human body, are used as one set of features. Additionally, the minimum enclosing square of the body silhouette is uniformly partitioned and the area ratio of the silhouette in each partitioned grid is calculated used as another set of features. This thesis uses a Self-Constructing Neural Fuzzy Inference Network (SONFIN), a Support Vector Machine-trained fuzzy classifier (SVM-FC) and a Gaussian-kernel-based SVM to recognize the postures. Experimental results show that the three recognizers all have high recognition rates. However, the former two fuzzy rule-based classifiers show the advantage of smaller classifier size than the Gaussian-kernel-based SVM and are more suitable for practical implementation in a real-time recognition system.
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