Non-monotonic continuous dynamic programming for spotting recognition of hesitated gestures from time-varying images
Continuous Dynamic Programming (CDP) has been proposed to recognize the meanings of human gestures from motion images. And this CDP has been extended to Non-monotonic CDP in order to recognize hesitated gestures. In this paper, we show the character of Non-monotonic CDP in detail.
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