Facial Feature Detection Using Haar Classifiers

@inproceedings{Wilson2006FacialFD,
  title={Facial Feature Detection Using Haar Classifiers},
  author={Phillip Wilson},
  year={2006}
}
Viola and Jones [9] introduced a method to accurately and rapidly detect faces within an image. This technique can be adapted to accurately detect facial features. However, the area of the image being analyzed for a facial feature needs to be regionalized to the location with the highest probability of containing the feature. By regionalizing the detection area, false positives are eliminated and the speed of detection is increased due to the reduction of the area examined. INTRODUCTION The… CONTINUE READING
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