Dynamic Gesture Recognition with a Terahertz Radar Based on Range Profile Sequences and Doppler Signatures
AbstractThe frequency of terahertz radar ranges from 0.1 THz to 10 THz, which is higher than that of microwaves. Multi-modal signals, including high-resolution range profile (HRRP) and Doppler signatures, can be acquired by the terahertz radar system. These two kinds of information are commonly used in automatic target recognition; however, dynamic gesture recognition is rarely discussed in the terahertz regime. In this paper, a dynamic gesture recognition system using a terahertz radar is proposed, based on multi-modal signals. The HRRP sequences and Doppler signatures were first achieved from the radar echoes. Considering the electromagnetic scattering characteristics, a feature extraction model is designed using location parameter estimation of scattering centers. Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) extended to multi-modal signals is used to accomplish the classifications. Ten types of gesture signals, collected from a terahertz radar, are applied to validate the analysis and the recognition system. The results of the experiment indicate that the recognition rate reaches more than 91%. This research verifies the potential applications of dynamic gesture recognition using a terahertz radar. View Full-Text
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Zhou, Z.; Cao, Z.; Pi, Y. Dynamic Gesture Recognition with a Terahertz Radar Based on Range Profile Sequences and Doppler Signatures. Sensors 2018, 18, 10.
Zhou Z, Cao Z, Pi Y. Dynamic Gesture Recognition with a Terahertz Radar Based on Range Profile Sequences and Doppler Signatures. Sensors. 2018; 18(1):10.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhou, Zhi; Cao, Zongjie; Pi, Yiming. 2018. "Dynamic Gesture Recognition with a Terahertz Radar Based on Range Profile Sequences and Doppler Signatures." Sensors 18, no. 1: 10.
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