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Background. The algorithms for tracking generic human motion should be able to cope with the high-dimensional state space as well as to recover complex postures with various motion types and styles. Many approaches have been proposed to address these problems [1, 3, 5] . One kind of lowdimensional approaches that learn motion models by dimensionality reduction can successfully deal with the high-dimensional problem, but it only works on specific motion types with available training data. Otherdoi:10.1109/tsmca.2012.2223670 fatcat:remvbhyxp5evfmu2kcwqotdhsi