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COMPSYSTECH
2009
9 years 3 months ago
A Bayesian approach to recognise facial expressions using vector flows
: Facial expressions play an important role in human nonverbal communication. They can be generated by activation and dilatation of facial muscles. In this paper we describe a syst...
Xiaofan Sun, Léon J. M. Rothkrantz, Dragos ...
ICMI
2004
Springer
263views Biometrics» more  ICMI 2004»
9 years 11 months ago
Analysis of emotion recognition using facial expressions, speech and multimodal information
The interaction between human beings and computers will be more natural if computers are able to perceive and respond to human non-verbal communication such as emotions. Although ...
Carlos Busso, Zhigang Deng, Serdar Yildirim, Murta...
IROS
2006
IEEE
148views Robotics» more  IROS 2006»
9 years 11 months ago
Design and Evaluation of Emotion-Display EDDIE
— This paper focuses on the development of EDDIE, a flexible low-cost emotion-display with 23 degrees of freedom. Actuators are assigned to particular action units of the facial...
Stefan Sosnowski, Ansgar Bittermann, Kolja Kü...
CIVR
2003
Springer
166views Image Analysis» more  CIVR 2003»
9 years 10 months ago
Evaluation of Expression Recognition Techniques
The most expressive way humans display emotions is through facial expressions. In this work we report on several advances we have made in building a system for classification of f...
Ira Cohen, Nicu Sebe, Yafei Sun, Michael S. Lew, T...
IWIC
2007
Springer
9 years 11 months ago
Cross-Cultural Study of Avatars' Facial Expressions and Design Considerations Within Asian Countries
Avatars are increasingly used to express our emotions in our online communications. Such avatars are used based on the assumption that avatar expressions are interpreted universall...
Tomoko Koda
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