Book Volume 1739 1999

Gesture-Based Communication in Human-Computer Interaction

International GestureWorkshop, GW’99 Gif-sur-Yvette, France, March 17-19, 1999 Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-540-66935-7 (Print) 978-3-540-46616-1 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XI

  2. Human Perception and Production of Gesture

    1. Chapter

      Pages 3-22

      Seeing Biological Motion - Is There a Role for Cognitive Strategies?

    2. Chapter

      Pages 23-36

      The Expressive Power of Gestures: Capturing Scent in a Spatial Shape

    3. Chapter

      Pages 37-48

      Non-obvious Performer Gestures in Instrumental Music

    4. Chapter

      Pages 49-52

      The Ecological Approach to Multimodal System Design

    5. Chapter

      Pages 53-57

      Analysis of Trunk and Upper Limb Articular Synergies

  3. Localisation and Segmentation

    1. Chapter

      Pages 61-72

      GREFIT: Visual Recognition of Hand Postures

    2. Chapter

      Pages 73-84

      Towards Imitation Learning of Grasping Movements by an Autonomous Robot

    3. Chapter

      Pages 85-96

      A Line-Scan Computer Vision Algorithm for Identifying Human Body Features

    4. Chapter

      Pages 97-100

      Hand Posture Recognition in a Body-Face Centered Space

  4. Recognition

    1. Chapter

      Pages 103-115

      Vision-Based Gesture Recognition: A Review

    2. Chapter

      Pages 117-128

      Person Localization and Posture Recognition for Human-Robot Interaction

    3. Chapter

      Pages 129-140

      Statistical Gesture Recognition Through Modelling of Parameter Trajectories

    4. Chapter

      Pages 141-151

      Gesture Recognition for Visually Mediated Interaction

    5. Chapter

      Pages 153-157

      Interpretation of Pointing Gestures: The PoG System

    6. Chapter

      Pages 159-162

      Control of In-vehicle Systems by Gestures

  5. Sign Language

    1. Chapter

      Pages 165-184

      French Sign Language: Proposition of a Structural Explanation by Iconicity

    2. Chapter

      Pages 185-196

      HMM-Based Continuous Sign Language Recognition Using Stochastic Grammars

    3. Chapter

      Pages 197-209

      A Method for Analyzing Spatial Relationships Between Words in Sign Language Recognition

    4. Chapter

      Pages 211-224

      Toward Scalability in ASL Recognition: Breaking Down Signs into Phonemes

  6. Gesture Synthesis and Animation

    1. Chapter

      Pages 227-238

      A Complete System for the Specification and the Generation of Sign Language Gestures

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