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image recognition using pca and lda

image recognition using pca and lda

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  • Good afternoon and thank you everyone for coming. My talk today will describe the research I performed at the IRIS at USC, the object of this work being to build a computational framework that addresses the problem of motion analysis and interpretation.
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