Human age estimation using enhanced bio-inspired features (EBIF)

@article{Eldib2010HumanAE,
  title={Human age estimation using enhanced bio-inspired features (EBIF)},
  author={Mohamed Y. Eldib and Motaz El-Saban},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing},
  year={2010},
  pages={1589-1592}
}
The Aging process is a non-reversible process, causing human face characteristics to change over time as hair whitening, muscles drop and wrinkles. Recently, age estimation from facial images has emerged as a prominent research area. One of the most successful works is based on biologically inspired features (BIF). In this paper we extend BIF by incorporating fine detailed facial features, automatic initialization using active shape models and analyzing a more complete facial area by including… CONTINUE READING
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