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titleA Graphical Model based Solution to the Facial Feature Point Tracking Problem
authorsSerhan Cosar, Müjdat Çetin
keywordsFacial feature tracking, Graphical models, Temporal and Spatial models, Occlusion detector, Human-Computer interaction, Facial expression analysis
abstractIn this paper a facial feature point tracker that is motivated by applications such as human-computer interfaces and facial expression analysis systems is proposed. The proposed tracker is based on a graphical model framework. The facial features are tracked through video streams by incorporating statistical relations in time as well as spatial relations between feature points. By exploiting the spatial relationships between feature points, the proposed method provides robustness in real-world conditions such as arbitrary head movements and occlusions. A Gabor feature-based occlusion detector is developed and used to handle occlusions. The performance of the proposed tracker has been evaluated on real video data under various conditions including occluded facial gestures and head movements. It is also compared to two popular methods, one based on Kalman filtering exploiting temporal relations, and the other based on active appearance models (AAM). Improvements provided by the proposed approach are demonstrated through both visual displays and quantitative analysis.
typeJournal Paper
journalImage and Vision Computing, vol. 29, no. 5, pp. 335-350, April 2011
published year2011
serial2009
is_viewableyes
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