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Expression classification in children using mean supervised deep boltzmann machine
S. Nagpal, M. Singh, , , A. Noore
Published in IEEE Computer Society
Volume: 2019-June
Pages: 236 - 245
Automated facial expression classification has widespread application in multiple domains such as human computer interaction, health and entertainment, biometrics, and security. There are six basic facial expressions: Anger, Disgust, Fear, Happiness, Sadness, and Surprise, apart from a neutral state. Most of the research in expression classification has focused on adult face images, with no dedicated research on automating expression classification for children. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first research which presents a deep learning based expression classification approach for children. A novel supervised deep learning formulation, termed as Mean Supervised Deep Boltzmann Machine (msDBM) is proposed which classifies an input face image into one of the seven expression classes. The proposed approach has been evaluated on two child face datasets - Radboud Faces and CAFE, along with experiments on the adult face images of the Radboud Faces dataset. Experimental results and analysis reinforces the challenging nature of the task at hand, and the effectiveness of the proposed msDBM model. © 2019 IEEE.
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