Sadaf Afshar

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This paper presents our contribution to ACM ICMI 2015 Emotion Recognition in the Wild Challenge (EmotiW 2015). We participate in both static facial expression (SFEW) and audio-visual emotion recognition challenges. In both challenges, we use a set of visual descriptors and their early and late fusion schemes. For AFEW, we also exploit a set of popularly(More)
Improved dense trajectory features have been successfully used in video-based action recognition problems, but their application to face processing is more challenging. In this paper, we propose a novel system that deals with the problem of emotion recognition in real-world videos, using improved dense trajectory, LGBP-TOP, and geometric features. In the(More)
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