Classifying pretended and evoked facial expressions of positive and negative affective states using infrared measurement of skin temperature

@article{Khan2009ClassifyingPA,
  title={Classifying pretended and evoked facial expressions of positive and negative affective states using infrared measurement of skin temperature},
  author={Masood Mehmood Khan and Robert D. Ward and Michael Ingleby},
  journal={TAP},
  year={2009},
  volume={6},
  pages={6:1-6:22}
}
Earlier researchers were able to extract the transient facial thermal features from thermal infrared images (TIRIs) to make binary distinctions between the expressions of affective states. However, effective human-computer interaction would require machines to distinguish between the subtle facial expressions of affective states. This work, for the first time, attempts to use the transient facial thermal features for recognizing a much wider range of facial expressions. A database of 324 time… CONTINUE READING

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