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  • 2D and 3D automatic landmarking of body contours for people recognition 

    Trejo Ramírez, Karla Andrea; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio (Innovation Match MX, 2016)
    Conference lecture
    Restricted access - publisher's policy
    Automatic landmarking has overcome a main drawback in Active Appearance Models (AAMs) computer vision technique: landmarks must be manually placed on training images to construct the shape mesh. Although AAMs are a well-known ...
  • Active Appearance Models for People Recognition with a RGB-D Sensor 

    Trejo Ramírez, Karla Andrea (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2014-06)
    Master thesis
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    Active Appearance Models (AAMs) is a computer vision procedure for statistical matching of object shape and appearance between images. The present work will analyze how AAMs can be employed with RGB-Depth technology, so ...
  • Multivariate Regression with Incremental Learning of Gaussian Mixture Models 

    Acevedo Valle, Juan Manuel; Trejo Ramírez, Karla Andrea; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio (IOS Press, 2017)
    Conference report
    Open Access
    Within the machine learning framework, incremental learning of multivariate spaces is of special interest for on-line applications. In this work, the regression problem for multivariate systems is solved by implementing ...
  • Single-camera automatic landmarking for people recognition with an ensemble of regression trees 

    Trejo Ramírez, Karla Andrea; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio (2016)
    Article
    Open Access
    Active Appearance Model (AAM) is a computer vision procedure for statistical matching of object shape and appearance between images. A main drawback in this technique comes from the construction of the ...
  • The role of somatosensory models in vocal autonomous exploration 

    Acevedo Valle, Juan Manuel; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Moulin-Frier, Clément; Trejo Ramírez, Karla Andrea (2016-11)
    Conference lecture
    Restricted access - publisher's policy
    The present work focuses on two main objectives. Firstly, it highlights the relevance of studying the early stages of language development using machines as an approach to contribute to the future of speech recognizers and ...
  • Towards robots reasoning about group behavior of museum visitors: leader detection and group tracking 

    Trejo Ramírez, Karla Andrea; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Satoh, Shin'ichi; Bono, Mayumi (2018-01-17)
    Article
    Open Access