Toward Use of Facial Thermal Features in Dynamic Assessment of Affect and Arousal Level

@article{Khan2017TowardUO,
  title={Toward Use of Facial Thermal Features in Dynamic Assessment of Affect and Arousal Level},
  author={Masood Mehmood Khan and Robert D. Ward and Michael Ingleby},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing},
  year={2017},
  volume={8},
  pages={412-425}
}
Automated assessment of affect and arousal level can help psychologists and psychiatrists in clinical diagnoses; and may enable affect-aware robot-human interaction. This work identifies major difficulties in automating affect and arousal assessment and attempts to overcome some of them. We first analyze thermal infrared images and examine how changes in affect and/or arousal level would cause hæmodynamic variations, concentrated along certain facial muscles. These concentrations are used to… CONTINUE READING

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