Conditional Regressive Random Forest Stereo-based Hand Depth Recovery

Basaru, R. R., Child, C. H. T., Alonso, E. & Slabaugh, G.G. (2017). Conditional Regressive Random Forest Stereo-based Hand Depth Recovery. Paper presented at the International Conference on Computer Vision Workshop on Observing and Understanding Hands in Action, 23 Oct 2017, Venice, Italy.

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Abstract

This paper introduces Conditional Regressive Random Forest (CRRF), a novel method that combines a closed-form Conditional Random Field (CRF), using learned weights, and a Regressive Random Forest (RRF) that employs adaptively selected expert trees. CRRF is used to estimate a depth image of hand given stereo RGB inputs. CRRF uses a novel superpixel-based regression framework that takes advantage of the smoothness of the hand’s depth surface. A RRF unary term adaptively selects different stereo-matching measures as it implicitly determines matching pixels in a coarse-to-fine manner. CRRF also includes a pair-wise term that encourages smoothness between similar adjacent superpixels. Experimental results show that CRRF can produce high quality depth maps, even using an inexpensive RGB stereo camera and produces state-of-the-art results for hand depth estimation.

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Subjects: Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
Divisions: School of Informatics > Department of Computing
URI: http://openaccess.city.ac.uk/id/eprint/18088

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