point localization

point localization

[′pȯint ‚lō·kə·lə′zā·shən]
(physiology)
The ability to locate the point on the skin that has been touched.
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To automatically localize the two endpoints, a statistical model-based point detection method is proposed, which consists of two steps: model construction and point localization.
Point Localization. Given a segmented CC, [p.sub.j] denotes a candidate point on the boundary.
Yang, "Accurate rogue access point localization leveraging fine-grained channel information," in Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security (CNS '14), pp.
Seshan, "Access point localization using local signal strength gradient," in Passive and Active Network Measurement, S.
Facial landmark localization or facial feature point localization, defined as the localization of certain feature points on the face, is a foundational and essential task in the second phase of face recognition.
Section 4 introduces the proposed SPVM method for 3D human significant point localization. Section 5 presents experimental results of the SVM-based segmentation and 2D and 3D human posture estimation.
To address this problem, incorporation of motion estimation information into the 2D signification point localization approach will also be studied.