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May, 2020

TMM Volume 22 Issue 5

Conventional video saliency detection methods frequently follow the common bottom-up thread to estimate video saliency within the short-term fashion. As a result, such methods can not avoid the obstinate accumulation of errors when the collected low-level clues are constantly ill-detected. Also, being noticed that a portion of video frames, which are not nearby the current video frame over the time axis, may potentially benefit the saliency detection in the current video frame.

Recent advances in image acquisition and analysis have resulted in disruptive innovation in physical rehabilitation systems facilitating cost-effective, portable, video-based gait assessment. While these inexpensive motion capture systems, suitable for home rehabilitation, do not generally provide accurate kinematics measurements on their own, image processing algorithms ensure gait analysis that is accurate enough for rehabilitation programs. 

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