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PROBLEM
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RESEARCH PAPER TAKEN By: Bingfei Gua. Guolian Liu and Bugao Xu at College of Textile and Clothing Engineering. USA (Received 27 June 2015. Austin. School of Human Ecology. accepted 27 February 2016) . China. Suzhou. Soochow University. The University of Texas at Austin. TX.

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Measurements taken from 2D system (Variable-1) Measurements taken manually (Variable-2) 5 .

RESEARCHER’S METHODOLOGY 1 2 3 4 5 6 .

TEST The predicted girths at the six comparison of predicted girths landmarks were highly correlated and manually measured girths with the manually measured girths (no significant difference (R2 ≥ 0.TEST AND F.LINEAR REGRESSION ANALYSIS T.86) observed) 7 .

METHODOLOGY USED IN THIS PROJECT 1 2 3 4 5 8 .

32 Sample Size was taken. out of which 31 were found useful. here is the data collected 9 9 .

973656 ANOVA Source of Variation SS df MS F P-value F crit Between Groups 11098. Within Groups 1319.32957 P-Value < Alpha Ha is accepted.5 13.16129 9.91129 Column 2 31 1059 34. Ha is correct.3871 11. we can now Since P Value is lesser than Alpha Value.6129 7.30645 0.93548 6. ANNEXURE-2 Ha= Actual Measurements Are Equal to Predicted Measurements Anova: Single Factor SUMMARY Groups Count Sum Average Variance Column 1 31 412.702 302.57849 Column 6 31 1165.739785 Column 3 31 897 28.26431 P-Value = 1.5 37.83 185 Since Ha is accepted.395699 Column 4 31 918 29.8421 1.378495 Column 5 31 1004 32.59677 7.29E-85 2. calculate the further correlations. 10 . Total 12417.05.323 180 7.29E-85 and Alpha = 0.51 5 2219.

CORRELATION AND REGRESSION ANALYSIS .

Regression Analysis was done R Square value and standard error was identified in each measurement. Yc= A + BX (Regression Line) 2. Manual Measurements = X Measurements by 2D images = Y. Through these. The Line Fit Plot (Trendline) was made. 12 . the Regression Line Values (Yc) was calculated.1. Intercept (A) and Slope (B) values were calculated for X and Y. Correlation between X and Y was calculated= Correl Function 3.

STEPS FOR EVERY MEASUREMENT .

8709x + 1. 18 y = 0.8448 16 NECK 14 12 10 Y Predicted Y Y 8 Linear (Y) 6 Linear (Predicted Y) 4 2 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 X Variable 1 14 .

8372 45 BUST 40 35 Y 30 25 Predicted Y Y 20 Linear (Y) Linear (Predicted Y) 15 10 5 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 X Variable 1 15 . 50 y = 0.9361x + 1.

9219 35 30 25 Y 20 Predicted Y Y Linear (Y) 15 Linear (Predicted Y) 10 5 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 X Variable 1 16 .9147x + 1. 40 UNDER-BUST y = 0.

6946x + 8.4824 30 25 Y 20 Predicted Y Y Linear (Y) 15 Linear (Predicted Y) 10 5 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 X Variable 1 17 . 40 35 WAIST y = 0.

45 40 ABDOMEN y = 0.4001 35 30 25 Y Predicted Y Y 20 Linear (Y) 15 Linear (Predicted Y) 10 5 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 X Variable 1 18 .7964x + 5.

6165x + 13. 50 HIP y = 0.931 45 40 35 Y 30 25 Predicted Y Y 20 Linear (Y) Linear (Predicted Y) 15 10 5 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 X Variable 1 19 .

894980134 3 UNDER-BUST 0.632947884 1.NO.959428149 0.403624783 2 BUST 0.795580219 0.771160067 1.FINAL RESULTS STANDARD S.111900255 4 WAIST 0.740019998 20 .920502373 0.813138259 1.655593008 6 HIP 0.878157199 0.909498383 0.901741792 0. MEASUREMENT CORRELATION VALUE ( R ) REGRESSION (R SQUARE) ERROR 1 NECK 0.37236852 5 ABDOMEN 0.7532538 1.867901953 0.827187309 0.

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