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Author (up) Xavier Perez Sala; Fernando De la Torre; Laura Igual; Sergio Escalera; Cecilio Angulo edit  url
  Title Subspace Procrustes Analysis Type Journal Article
  Year 2017 Publication International Journal of Computer Vision Abbreviated Journal IJCV  
  Volume 121 Issue 3 Pages 327–343  
  Abstract Procrustes Analysis (PA) has been a popular technique to align and build 2-D statistical models of shapes. Given a set of 2-D shapes PA is applied to remove rigid transformations. Then, a non-rigid 2-D model is computed by modeling (e.g., PCA) the residual. Although PA has been widely used, it has several limitations for modeling 2-D shapes: occluded landmarks and missing data can result in local minima solutions, and there is no guarantee that the 2-D shapes provide a uniform sampling of the 3-D space of rotations for the object. To address previous issues, this paper proposes Subspace PA (SPA). Given several
instances of a 3-D object, SPA computes the mean and a 2-D subspace that can simultaneously model all rigid and non-rigid deformations of the 3-D object. We propose a discrete (DSPA) and continuous (CSPA) formulation for SPA, assuming that 3-D samples of an object are provided. DSPA extends the traditional PA, and produces unbiased 2-D models by uniformly sampling different views of the 3-D object. CSPA provides a continuous approach to uniformly sample the space of 3-D rotations, being more efficient in space and time. Experiments using SPA to learn 2-D models of bodies from motion capture data illustrate the benefits of our approach.
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  Notes MILAB; HuPBA; no proj Approved no  
  Call Number Admin @ si @ PTI2017 Serial 2841  
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