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IET Computer Vision
The ability of computers to recognize hand gestures visually is essential for progress in human-computer interaction. Gesture recognition has applications ranging from sign language to medical assistance to virtual reality. However, gesture recognition is extremely challenging not only because of its diverse contexts, multiple interpretations, and spatio-temporal variations but also because of the complex non-rigid properties of the hand. This paper surveys major constraints on vision-baseddoi:10.1049/iet-cvi.2017.0052 fatcat:fs2l3o27vveqjlanldjmziuudi