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Human motion capture data recovery using trajectory-based matrix completion

Human motion capture data recovery using trajectory-based matrix completion

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Matrix completion has previously been used as a method to recover missing data in a mocap sequence. Improvments to this scheme by structuring motion capture data into an alternative representation for matrix completion are proposed. This representation takes advantage of the properties of mocap data and matrix completion to improve the reliability of matrix completion. Experiments show that the proposed motion capture data recovery method performs significantly better for nearly all tested motion sequences and amounts of missing data.

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