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A Review on Human Pose Estimation

2021-10-13 17:12:38
Rohit Josyula, Sarah Ostadabbas


The phenomenon of Human Pose Estimation (HPE) is a problem that has been explored over the years, particularly in computer vision. But what exactly is it? To answer this, the concept of a pose must first be understood. Pose can be defined as the arrangement of human joints in a specific manner. Therefore, we can define the problem of Human Pose Estimation as the localization of human joints or predefined landmarks in images and videos. There are several types of pose estimation, including body, face, and hand, as well as many aspects to it. This paper will cover them, starting with the classical approaches to HPE to the Deep Learning based models.

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