Anmerkung: Diese Internetseite ist nur in englischer Sprache verfügbarInfant motion analysis enables early detection of neurodevelopmental disorders like cerebral palsy (CP). The quality of spontaneous movements, in particular of the general movements (GMs), at the corrected age of 2-4 months accurately reflects the state of the infant's nervous system. The general movement assessment (GMA) method achieves the highest reliability for the detection of CP at an early age. In order to remove the human variability and the effort of regular training of GMA experts, we aim at automating medical infant motion analysis.
The Skinned Multi-Infant Linear model (SMIL)
Learning an Infant Body Model from RGB-D Data for Accurate Full Body Motion Analysis
Hesse, N., Pujades, S., Romero, J., Black, M. J., Bodensteiner, C., Arens, M., Hofmann, U. G., Tacke, U., Hadders-Algra, M., Weinberger, R., Müller-Felber, W., Schroeder, A. S.
In International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI), September 2018
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The Moving INfants In RGB-D (MINI-RGBD) data set
Computer Vision for Medical Infant Motion Analysis: State of the Art and RGB-D Data Set
Hesse, N., Bodensteiner, C., Arens, M., Hofmann, U. G., Weinberger, R., Schroeder, A. S.
In European Conference on Computer Vision Workshops (ECCVW), September 2018
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