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GaitVision: Real-Time Extraction of Gait Parameters Using Residual Attention Network

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  • Mohammad Farukh Hashmi, National Institute of Technology Warangal
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  • B. Kiran Kumar Ashish, Computer Vision, Barcelona
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  • Prabhu Chaitanya, University of North Texas, Denton
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  • Avinash G. Keskar, Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology
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  • Sinan Q. Q. Salih, Duy Tan University, Dijlah University College
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  • Neeraj Dhanraj Bokde

Gait walking patterns are one of the key research topics in natural biometrics. The temporal information of the unique gait sequence of a person is preserved and used as a powerful data for access. Often there is a dive into the flexibility of gait sequence due to unstructured and unnecessary sequences that tail off the necessary sequence constraints. The authors in this work present a novel perspective, which extracts useful gait parameters regarded as independent frames and patterns. These patterns and parameters mark as unique signature for each subject in access authentication. This information extracted learns to identify the patterns associated to form a unique gait signature for each person based on their style, foot pressure, angle of walking, angle of bending, acceleration of walk, and step-by-step distance. These parameters form a unique pattern to plot under unique identity for access authorization. This sanitized data of patterns is further passed to a residual deep convolution network that automatically extracts the hierarchical features of gait pattern signatures. The end layer comprises of a Softmax classifier to classify the final prediction of the subject identity. This state-of-The-Art work creates a gait-based access authentication that can be used in highly secured premises. This work was specially designed for Defence Department premises authentication. The authors have achieved an accuracy of 90%±1.3% in real time. This paper mainly focuses on the assessment of the crucial features of gait patterns and analysis of gait patterns research.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer1589716
TidsskriftComplexity
Vol/bind2021
Antal sider15
ISSN1076-2787
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StatusUdgivet - nov. 2021

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