Pose Robust Face Tracking by Combining Active Appearance Models and Cylinder Head Models

@article{Sung2007PoseRF,
  title={Pose Robust Face Tracking by Combining Active Appearance Models and Cylinder Head Models},
  author={Jaewon Sung and Takeo Kanade and Daijin Kim},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Vision},
  year={2007},
  volume={80},
  pages={260-274}
}
The active appearance models (AAMs) provide the detailed descriptive parameters that are useful for various autonomous face analysis problems. However, they are not suitable for robust face tracking across large pose variation for the following reasons. First, they are suitable for tracking the local movements of facial features within a limited pose variation. Second, they use gradient-based optimization techniques for model fitting and the fitting performance is thus very sensitive to initial… CONTINUE READING
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