Neural recognition of human pointing gestures in real images

Littmann E, Drees A, Ritter H (1996)
Neural Processing Letters 3(2): 61-71.

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We present a neural network based system for the visual recognition of human hand pointing gestures from stereo pairs of video camera images. The accuracy of the current system allows to estimate the pointing target to an accuracy of 2 cm in a workspace area of 50 x 50 cm. The system consists of several neural networks that perform the tasks of image segmentation, estimation of hand location, estimation of 3D-pointing direction and necessary coordinate transforms. Drawing heavily on the use of learning algorithms, the functions of all network modules were created from data examples only.
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Neural Processing Letters
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Littmann E, Drees A, Ritter H. Neural recognition of human pointing gestures in real images. Neural Processing Letters. 1996;3(2):61-71.
Littmann, E., Drees, A., & Ritter, H. (1996). Neural recognition of human pointing gestures in real images. Neural Processing Letters, 3(2), 61-71. doi:10.1007/BF00571679
Littmann, E., Drees, A., and Ritter, H. (1996). Neural recognition of human pointing gestures in real images. Neural Processing Letters 3, 61-71.
Littmann, E., Drees, A., & Ritter, H., 1996. Neural recognition of human pointing gestures in real images. Neural Processing Letters, 3(2), p 61-71.
E. Littmann, A. Drees, and H. Ritter, “Neural recognition of human pointing gestures in real images”, Neural Processing Letters, vol. 3, 1996, pp. 61-71.
Littmann, E., Drees, A., Ritter, H.: Neural recognition of human pointing gestures in real images. Neural Processing Letters. 3, 61-71 (1996).
Littmann, Enno, Drees, Andrea, and Ritter, Helge. “Neural recognition of human pointing gestures in real images”. Neural Processing Letters 3.2 (1996): 61-71.