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Title: Segmentació de mans en imatges de profunditat
Author: Galmés Rubert, Bernat
Tutor: Gabriel Moyà Alcover
Keywords: Depth map, hand segmentation, HCI, Randomized Decision Forests, real-time
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: This document treats a hands detection method using depth information. It is achieved classifying the pixels of the image according to its probability to belong at a hand. A set of simple features are computed for each pixel, and its prediction is obtained using a Random Forest classifier. This way, real-time predictions are achieved. The aim of this work is to present the operation details of the method and analyse its behaviour. Besides, as well as problems are detected, solutions will be suggested to solve them, which will be applied in order to improve the model. Two problems detected are incorrect behaviour predicting hands on non controlled environments and the confusion of hands and face samples. One solution has been the creation of a new dataset composed by images took of a non controlled environment. Another solution has been the append of a major percentage of face samples in the training set. With the dataset change, a notable results improvement is achieved in the target environment. However, only a little variation is achieved adding the faces samples. Anyway, the behaviour of the classifier is excellent, all false predictions are caused by the classifier architecture, samples which features take the same value in some positives and false cases.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/98726
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