Wenming Zheng

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Affymetrix ATH1 arrays, large-scale real-time reverse transcription PCR of approximately 2200 transcription factor genes and other gene families, and analyses of metabolites and enzyme activities were used to investigate the response of Arabidopsis to phosphate (Pi) deprivation and re-supply. Transcript data were analysed with MapMan software to identify(More)
In this correspondence, we address the facial expression recognition problem using kernel canonical correlation analysis (KCCA). Following the method proposed by Lyons et al. and Zhang et al. , we manually locate 34 landmark points from each facial image and then convert these geometric points into a labeled graph (LG) vector using the Gabor wavelet(More)
Emotion recognition from facial images is a very active research topic in human computer interaction (HCI). However, most of the previous approaches only focus on the frontal or nearly frontal view facial images. In contrast to the frontal/nearly-frontal view images, emotion recognition from non-frontal view or even arbitrary view facial images is much more(More)
In this paper, a novel multi-view facial expression recognition method is presented. Different from most of the facial expression methods that use one view of facial feature vectors in the expression recognition, we synthesize multi-view facial feature vectors and combine them to this goal. In the facial feature extraction, we use the grids with multi-scale(More)
Dimensionality reduction is usually involved in the domains of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Linear projection of features is of particular interest for dimensionality reduction since it is simple to calculate and analytically analyze. In this paper, we propose an essentially linear projection technique, called locality-preserved maximum(More)
Non-frontal view facial expression recognition is important in many scenarios where the frontal view face images may not be available. However, few work on this issue has been done in the past several years because of its technical challenges and the lack of appropriate databases. Recently, a 3D facial expression database (BU-3DFE database) is collected by(More)
Fisher linear discriminant analysis (LDA) is a classical subspace learning technique of extracting discriminative features for pattern recognition problems. The formulation of the Fisher criterion is based on the L2-norm, which makes LDA prone to being affected by the presence of outliers. In this paper, we propose a new method, termed LDA-L1, by maximizing(More)