Project deliverable Open Access
Camurri, Antonio; Piana, Stefano; Alborno, Paolo; Kolykhalova, Ksenia; De Giorgis, Nikolas; Buccoli, Michele; Zanoni, Massimiliano
This deliverable summarizes the description of the development of techniques adopted for multimodal analysis of dance at both individual and group levels, data-driven, and model-driven analysis.
Section 1 introduces the report and lists its objectives whereas Section 2 refers to the methodology employed in the data-driven approach.
Section 3 provides an overview of developed model-driven approaches to extract movement dimensions related to the dance-learning scenario: from low-level model-based movement dimension to more complex intra- and inter- network related methodologies, including a technique to automatically segment dance sequences in meaningful chunks.
D3.5 Report on data-driven and model-driven analysis methodologies_final.pdf
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