3D human face description: landmarks measures and geometrical features

@article{Vezzetti20123DHF,
  title={3D human face description: landmarks measures and geometrical features},
  author={Enrico Vezzetti and Federica Marcolin},
  journal={Image Vision Comput.},
  year={2012},
  volume={30},
  pages={698-712}
}
Morphometric measures and geometrical features are widely used to descript faces. Generally, they are extracted punctually from landmarks, namely anthropometric reference points. The aims are various, such as face recognition, facial expression recognition, face detection, study of changes in facial morphology due to growth, or dysmorphologies. Most of the time, landmarks were extracted with the help of an algorithm or manually located on the faces. Then, measures are computed or geometrical… CONTINUE READING
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