Automated Facial Expression Classification and affect interpretation using infrared measurement of facial skin temperature variations

@article{Khan2006AutomatedFE,
  title={Automated Facial Expression Classification and affect interpretation using infrared measurement of facial skin temperature variations},
  author={Masood Mehmood Khan and Michael Ingleby and Robert D. Ward},
  journal={TAAS},
  year={2006},
  volume={1},
  pages={91-113}
}
Machines would require the ability to perceive and adapt to affects for achieving artificial sociability. Most autonomous systems use Automated Facial Expression Classification (AFEC) and Automated Affect Interpretation (AAI) to achieve sociability. Varying lighting conditions, occlusion, and control over physiognomy can influence the real life performance of vision-based AFEC systems. Physiological signals provide complementary information for AFEC and AAI. We employed transient facial thermal… CONTINUE READING

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