Robust Symbolic Dual-View Facial Expression Recognition With Skin Wrinkles: Local Versus Global Approach

@article{Huang2010RobustSD,
  title={Robust Symbolic Dual-View Facial Expression Recognition With Skin Wrinkles: Local Versus Global Approach},
  author={Yizhen Huang and Ying Li and Na Fan},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Multimedia},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={536-543}
}
Simple cartoon facial expressions can be represented by emoticons, that is, a special sequence of symbols. This inspires us that a sketch of facial feature contour may be adequate to recognize expressions. Metrics of such sketches are easier to be calibrated under varying illumination and head pose. While skin wrinkles such as nasolabial folds, eye pouches, dimples, forehead, and chin furrows are not salient facial features, they may convey crucial subtle signals about an individual's emotion… CONTINUE READING

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