The computer analysis of facial expressions : on the example of depression and anxiety
Significant advances have been made in the field of computer vision in the last few years. The mathematical underpinnings have evolved in conjunction with increases in computer processing speed. Many researchers have attempted to apply these improvements to the field of Facial Expression Recognition (FER). In the typical FER approach, once an image has been acquired, possibly from capturing frames in a video, the face is detected and local information is extracted from the facial region in the...[Show more]
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