Features versus Context: An Approach for Precise and Detailed Detection and Delineation of Faces and Facial Features

@article{Ding2010FeaturesVC,
  title={Features versus Context: An Approach for Precise and Detailed Detection and Delineation of Faces and Facial Features},
  author={Liya Ding and Aleix M. Mart{\'i}nez},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence},
  year={2010},
  volume={32},
  pages={2022-2038}
}
The appearance-based approach to face detection has seen great advances in the last several years. In this approach, we learn the image statistics describing the texture pattern (appearance) of the object class we want to detect, e.g., the face. However, this approach has had limited success in providing an accurate and detailed description of the internal facial features, i.e., eyes, brows, nose, and mouth. In general, this is due to the limited information carried by the learned statistical… CONTINUE READING
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