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Face Emotion Analysis Using Gabor Features In Image Database for Crime Investigation
V.S. Manjula , S. Santhosh Baboo
Pages - 42 - 52     |    Revised - 01-05-2011     |    Published - 31-05-2011
Volume - 2   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - May / June 2011  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Facial Expressions, Human Machine Interaction, Training Sets, Faces and Non Faces, Principal Component Analysis, Expression Recognition
ABSTRACT
The face is the most extraordinary communicator, which plays an important role in interpersonal relations and Human Machine Interaction. . Facial expressions play an important role wherever humans interact with computers and human beings to communicate their emotions and intentions. Facial expressions, and other gestures, convey non-verbal communication cues in face-to-face interactions. In this paper we have developed an algorithm which is capable of identifying a person’s facial expression and categorize them as happiness, sadness, surprise and neutral. Our approach is based on local binary patterns for representing face images. In our project we use training sets for faces and non faces to train the machine in identifying the face images exactly. Facial expression classification is based on Principle Component Analysis. In our project, we have developed methods for face tracking and expression identification from the face image input. Applying the facial expression recognition algorithm, the developed software is capable of processing faces and recognizing the person’s facial expression. The system analyses the face and determines the expression by comparing the image with the training sets in the database. We have followed PCA and neural networks in analyzing and identifying the facial expressions.
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Dr. V.S. Manjula
- India
Manjusunil.vs@gmail.com
Dr. S. Santhosh Baboo
- India