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Classification Of Yoga Hand Mudras Using SIFT And SURF Features

Abstract

S. Abarna*, V. Rathikarani and P. Dhanalakshmi

Yoga is a unique spiritual science of self-development and self-realization that teaches us how to live our lives to their greatest potential. Yoga's integrated method creates profound harmony and unwavering balance in the body and mind, allowing us to awaken our dormant ability for higher consciousness, which is the true purpose of human evolution. Yoga's various acknowledged physical and mental advantages have contributed significantly to the popularity of the practise. Due to a lack of datasets and the requirement to detect mudra in real time, recognising yoga hand mudras is a difficult undertaking. The yoga hand mudras are used as input in the proposed work, and the two features Scale Invariant Feature Transform (SIFT) and Speeded-Up Robust Features (SURF) are retrieved, followed by machine learning techniques namely Gaussian Naive Bayes (GNB) are used for classification. In the experimental results the performance of SIFT with GNB yields better results

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