Feb. 14, 2024, 5:46 a.m. | Laura Santos Bernardo Carvalho Catarina Barata Jos\'e Santos-Victor

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Robotic-assistive therapy has demonstrated very encouraging results for children with Autism. Accurate estimation of the child's pose is essential both for human-robot interaction and for therapy assessment purposes. Non-intrusive methods are the sole viable option since these children are sensitive to touch.
While depth cameras have been used extensively, existing methods face two major limitations: (i) they are usually trained with adult-only data and do not correctly estimate a child's pose, and (ii) they fail in scenarios with a high …

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