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3D facial expression intensity measurement analysis

@inproceedings{Alicia20173DFE,
  title={3D facial expression intensity measurement analysis},
  author={Cheong Chiek Ying Alicia and Ujir Hamimah and I. Hipiny},
  year={2017}
}
This study used 3D distance vector measurements as the facial feature to classify six basic expressions and the distance vectors are chosen based on Facial Action Coding System (FACS) component, facial action units (AUs). The statistical values are calculated and analyze to determine the AUs involved in facial expression and distance vectors to be taken into account to measure the intensity of each facial expression in a quantitative manner. As a result, 14 facial points are classified as… 

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