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The desirability of being able to search for specific persons in surveillance videos captured by different cameras has increasingly motivated interest in the problem of person re-identification, which is a critical yet under-addressed challenge in multi-camera tracking systems. The main difficulty of person re-identification arises from the variations in(More)
Video-based facial expression recognition is a challenging problem in computer vision and human-computer interaction. To target this problem, texture features have been extracted and widely used, because they can capture image intensity changes raised by skin deformation. However, existing texture features encounter problems with albedo and lighting(More)
The desire of enabling computers to learn semantic concepts from large quantities of Internet videos has motivated increasing interests on semantic video understanding, while video segmentation is important yet challenging for understanding videos. The main difficulty of video segmentation arises from the burden of labeling training samples, making the(More)
The luminance of a natural scene is often of high dynamic range (HDR). In this paper, we propose a new scheme to handle HDR scenes by integrating locally adaptive scene detail capture and suppressing gradient reversals introduced by the local adaptation. The proposed scheme is novel for capturing an HDR scene by using a standard dynamic range (SDR) device(More)
Searching for specific persons from surveillance videos captured by different cameras, known as person re-identification, is a key yet under-addressed challenge. Difficulties arise from the large variations of human appearance in different poses, and from the different camera views that may be involved, making low-level descriptor representation unreliable.(More)
Emotion recognition is one of the latest challenges in intelligent human/computer communication. Most of the previous work on emotion recognition focused on extracting emotions from visual or audio information separately. A novel approach is presented in this paper, including both visual and audio from video clips, to recognize the human emotion. The facial(More)
Emotion recognition is one of the latest challenges in intelligent human/machine communication. Most of previous work on emotion recognition focused on extracting emotions from visual or audio information separately. A novel approach is presented in this paper to recognize the human emotion which uses both visual and audio from video clips. A tripled hidden(More)
Facial expression analogy provides computer animation professionals with a tool to map expressions of an arbitrary source face onto an arbitrary target face. In the recent past, several algorithms have been presented in the literature that aim at putting the expression analogy paradigm into practice. Some of these methods exclusively handle expression(More)