Giovanni Mandolino

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Recognizing facial emotions is an important aspect of interpersonal communication that may be impaired in various neurological disorders: Asperger's syndrome, Autism, Schizoid Personality, Parkinsonism, Urbach-Wiethe, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Alzheimer's desease. Although it is not possible to define unique emotions, we(More)
Background: It is well known that non verbal communication is sometimes more useful and robust than verbal one in understanding sincere emotions by means of spontaneous body gestures and facial expressions analysis acquired from video sequences. At the same time, the automatic or semi-automatic procedure to segment a human from a video stream and then(More)
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