A method of facial wearable items recognition

@article{Zhang2017AMO,
  title={A method of facial wearable items recognition},
  author={Kecheng Zhang and Hao Wu and Guohui Tian},
  journal={2017 Chinese Automation Congress (CAC)},
  year={2017},
  pages={1864-1869}
}
Facial wearable items recognition refers to the judgment of whether the face in a face image wears a facial item, such as an eyeglass or a mask, which belongs to the category of face attribute analysis. In recent years, face attribute analysis mainly focuses on the study of gender, age, expression and other aspects, ignoring the study of facial wearable items recognition. However, this technology has great potential for application. It can be applied to large-scale image retrieval, and… CONTINUE READING

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