Publication Date

Spring 5-20-2020

Degree Type

Master's Project

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Computer Science

First Advisor

Robert Chun

Second Advisor

Katerina Potika

Third Advisor

Susmit Gaikwad

Abstract

Human pose estimation is a deep-rooted problem in computer vision that has exposed many challenges in the past. Analyzing human activities is beneficial in many fields like video- surveillance, biometrics, assisted living, at-home health monitoring etc. With our fast-paced lives these days, people usually prefer exercising at home but feel the need of an instructor to evaluate their exercise form. As these resources are not always available, human pose recognition can be used to build a self-instruction exercise system that allows people to learn and practice exercises correctly by themselves. This project lays the foundation for building such a system by discussing various machine learning and deep learning approaches to accurately classify yoga poses on prerecorded videos and also in real-time. The project also discusses various pose estimation and keypoint detection methods in detail and explains different deep learning models used for pose classification.

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