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Estimation of shoulder width and neck girth based on 3D point cloud data

Three dimensional point cloud map in the anthropometry has attracted intensive attention due to the availability of fast and accurate laser scan devices. Inevitably, there is a data deviation between 3D measurement and manual tests. To address this problem, shoulder width and neck girth are accurately determined from 3D point cloud, the two-scale fractal is used for 3D point cloud simplification, and young female samples are used in our experiment to show the accuracy.
PAPER REVISED: 2020-06-13
PAPER ACCEPTED: 2020-06-13
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