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Table 1 Skeleton positions and connection map of a standing individual that were used for data acquisition and video record processing

From: Motion tracking and gait feature estimation for recognising Parkinson’s disease using MS Kinect

Skeleton positions
Joint No. Joint No.
Hip centre 1 Wrist right 11
Spine 2 Hand right 12
Shoulder centre 3 Hip left 13
Head 4 Knee left 14
Shoulder left 5 Ankle left 15
Elbow left 6 Foot left 16
Wrist left 7 Hip right 17
Hand left 8 Knee right 18
Shoulder right 9 Ankle right 19
Elbow right 10 Foot right 20
Connection map
Part Connection vectors
Spine [1 2], [2 3], [3 4]
Left hand [3 5], [5 6], [6 7], [7 8]
Right hand [3 9], [9 10], [10 11], [11 12]
Left leg [1 13], [13 14], [14 15], [15 16]
Right leg [1 17], [17 18], [18 19], [19 20]
  1. The notation “right/left” is related to the image and not to physical space (the subject’s body)