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ijsr . net Local Gray Code Pattern ( LGCP ) : A Robust Feature Descriptor for Facial Expression Recognition

@inproceedings{Islam2013ijsrN,
  title={ijsr . net Local Gray Code Pattern ( LGCP ) : A Robust Feature Descriptor for Facial Expression Recognition},
  author={Mohammad Shahidul Islam},
  year={2013}
}
This paper presents a new local facial feature descriptor, Local Gray Code Pattern (LGCP), for facial expression recognition in contrast to widely adopted Local Binary pattern. Local Gray Code Pattern (LGCP) characterizes both the texture and contrast information of facial components. The LGCP descriptor is obtained using local gray color intensity differences from a local 3x3 pixels area weighted by their corresponding TF (term frequency). I have used extended Cohn-Kanade expression (CK… Expand

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