An Evaluation of Pose Estimation in Video of Traditional Martial Arts Presentation
Preserving, maintaining, and teaching traditional martial arts are very important activities in social life. That helps individuals preserve national culture, exercise, and practice self-defense. However, traditional martial arts have many differentposturesaswellasvariedmovementsofthebodyand body parts. The problem of estimating the actions of human body still has many challenges, such as accuracy, obscurity, and so forth. This paper begins with a review of several methods of 2-D human pose estimation on the RGB images, in which the methods of using the Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) models have outstanding advantages in terms of processing time and accuracy. In this work we built a small dataset and used CNN for estimating keypoints and joints of actions in traditional martial arts videos. Next we applied the measurements (length of joints, deviation angle of joints, and deviation of keypoints) for evaluating pose estimation in 2-D and 3-D spaces. The estimator was trained on the classic MSCOCO Keypoints Challenge dataset, the results were evaluated on a well-known dataset of Martial Arts, Dancing, and Sports dataset. The results were quantitatively evaluated and reported in this paper.
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