Mauro dos Santos Anjo
Mauro dos Santos Anjo
CTO & Co-Founder, SprayX
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A real-time system to recognize static gestures of Brazilian sign language (libras) alphabet using Kinect.
M dos Santos Anjo, EB Pizzolato, S Feuerstack
IHC, 259-268, 2012
Automatic recognition of finger spelling for libras based on a two-layer architecture
EB Pizzolato, M dos Santos Anjo, GC Pedroso
Proceedings of the 2010 ACM symposium on applied computing, 969-973, 2010
Fingerspelling Recognition with Support Vector Machines and Hidden Conditional Random Fields: A Comparison with Neural Networks and Hidden Markov Models
CR de Souza, EB Pizzolato, M dos Santos Anjo
Advances in Artificial Intelligence–IBERAMIA 2012: 13th Ibero-American …, 2012
Model-based design and generation of a gesture-based user interface navigation control.
S Feuerstack, M dos Santos Anjo, EB Pizzolato
IHC+ CLIHC, 227-231, 2011
Model-based design of multimodal interaction for augmented reality web applications
S Feuerstack, ÁCM de Oliveira, M dos Santos Anjo, RB Araujo, ...
Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on 3D Web Technology, 259-267, 2015
An evaluation of real-time requirements for automatic sign language recognition using ANNs and HMMs-The LIBRAS use case
EB Pizzolato, M dos Santos Anjo, S Feuerstack
Journal on Interactive Systems 4 (1), 2013
Modeling of user interfaces with state-charts to accelerate test and evaluation of different gesture-based multimodal interactions.
S Feuerstack, M dos Santos Anjo, J Colnago, EB Pizzolato
GI-Jahrestagung, 294, 2011
Modellierung und Ausführung von multimodalen Anwendungen auf Basis von Zustandsdiagrammen
S Feuerstack, M dos Santos Anjo, EB Pizzolato
i-com 10 (3), 40-47, 2011
Recognizing Static Signs from the Brazilian Sign Language: Comparing Large-Margin Decision Directed Acyclic Graphs, Voting Support Vector Machines and Artificial Neural Networks
CR de Souza, EB Pizzolato, MS Anjo
arXiv preprint arXiv:1210.7461, 2012
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