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Because of demands for rapid feedback and the limitations of present-day technology, human figures are often represented with stick figures, curves, or simple geometric primitives. This approach sacrifices realism of representation for display efficiency. Recently, a layered approach to the representation of human figures has been adopted [2] [20] [23] [28] in which skeletons support one or more layers, typically muscle, fatty tissue, skin, and clothing layers. The additional layers serve to flesh-out the skeleton and to enhance the realism of the representation.

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