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Meta-Analysis of the First Facial Expression Recognition Challenge

M. F. Valstar, M. Mehu, Bihan Jiang, M. Pantic, K. Scherer
2012 IEEE Transactions on Systems Man and Cybernetics Part B (Cybernetics)  
It details the challenge data, evaluation protocol, and the results attained in two subchallenges: AU detection and classification of facial expression imagery in terms of a number of discrete emotion  ...  This, in turn, hinders the progress of the field. A periodical challenge in facial expression recognition would allow such a comparison on a level playing field.  ...  GEMEP-FERA DATA SET To be suitable to base a challenge on, a data set needs to satisfy two criteria.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmcb.2012.2200675 pmid:22736651 fatcat:s7qdkebegrakpizpldfcmkvvta

Understanding Discrete Facial Expressions in Video Using an Emotion Avatar Image

Songfan Yang, B. Bhanu
2012 IEEE Transactions on Systems Man and Cybernetics Part B (Cybernetics)  
Our system is tested on the Facial Expression Recognition and Analysis Challenge (FERA2011) data, i.e., the Geneva Multimodal Emotion Portrayal-Facial Expression Recognition and Analysis Challenge (GEMEP-FERA  ...  The experimental results demonstrate that the information captured in an EAI for a facial expression is a very strong cue for emotion inference.  ...  All this effort has been highly valuable in standardizing the evaluation of different approaches and in advancing the field of facial expression recognition.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmcb.2012.2192269 pmid:22581137 fatcat:3fhmdld7kbdi7mugxepr6fqww4

Facial Action Recognition Combining Heterogeneous Features via Multikernel Learning

T. Senechal, V. Rapp, H. Salam, R. Seguier, K. Bailly, L. Prevost
2012 IEEE Transactions on Systems Man and Cybernetics Part B (Cybernetics)  
This paper presents our response to the first international challenge on Facial Emotion Recognition and Analysis.  ...  We also compare our results to those of the other participants and try to explain why our method had the best performance during the FERA challenge.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work has been partially supported by the French National Agency (ANR) in the frame of its Technological Research CONTINT program (IMMEMO, project number ANR-09-CORD-012) and the Cap  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmcb.2012.2193567 pmid:22623430 fatcat:xmqh5tpbjncjjgkkrx3keladoi

One shot emotion scores for facial emotion recognition

Albert C. Cruz, B. Bhanu, N. S. Thakoor
2014 2014 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP)  
We propose a system that addresses these issues by matching a face video to references of emotion. It does not require examples from the person in the video being queried.  ...  A model for predicting emotions will not generalize well to predicting the emotions of a person who has not been encountered during the training.  ...  We compare our results to related work and a baseline approach. The baseline approach is similar to the baseline approach in recent grand challenges [7, 19] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/icip.2014.7025275 dblp:conf/icip/CruzBT14 fatcat:vplvj2ct6bdrxcdytdzy5tccne

Automated Pain Detection from Facial Expressions using FACS: A Review [article]

Zhanli Chen, Rashid Ansari, Diana Wilkie
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We attempt to present key considerations in extending a general AFER framework to an APD framework in clinical settings.  ...  of system design including the recent development of deep learning methods; 3) the strategies and considerations in developing a FACS-based pain detection framework from existing research; and 4) introduction  ...  The GEMEP-FERA dataset employs 158 portrayals for AU detection sub-challenge and 289 portrayals for emotion sub-challenge.  ... 
arXiv:1811.07988v1 fatcat:ku7pgk73n5hstocx5nuod4gu5a

Spatial and temporal analysis of facial actions

Bihan Jiang, Maja Pantic, European Community
In the spatial domain, a novel feature extraction strategy is proposed based on a heuristically defined regions from which a separate classifier is trained and fused in the decision-level.  ...  In the temporal domain, a novel dynamic appearance descriptor is presented by extending the static appearance descriptor Local Phase Quantisation (LPQ) to the temporal domain by using the Three Orthogonal  ...  First Facial Expression Recognition Challenge: A preliminary study The GEMEP-FERA dataset To be suitable to base a challenge on, a dataset needs to satisfy two criteria.  ... 
doi:10.25560/25002 fatcat:rfhnyg5fmfapjlc7a6irspghse

From the heavy to the light verb

Begoña Sanromán Vilas
2018 Lingvisticæ investigationes  
The study aims to show that the selection of the Spanish light verb tomar 'to take' within a light verb construction (LVC), rather than being arbitrary, is based on its meaning.  ...  After a fine-grained analysis of the polysemous verb tomar, the study provides a tentative list of lexical features that function as semantic links between the lexical units within the polysemous tomar  ...  Un grand merci également à Thierry Fontenelle qui nous a autorisées à utiliser sa BD de Acknowledgements This work owes a great deal to many people who have had a hand in its progression over the years  ... 
doi:10.1075/li.00005.san fatcat:aqtad7regneflhblei7agmwzj4

Empowering english language educators through action research : VII Virtual International Spring Symposium Proceedings (26-27 March 2021 ; Bălţi)

Silvia Bogdan, Dina Puiu, Anca Cehan, Iulia Ignatiuc
2021 Zenodo  
The contributions focus on current issues concerning action research in language education.  ...  The current proceedings incorporate the research results presented at the 7th Virtual International Symposium held at Alecu Russo Bălți State University.  ...  a group of students in and beyond the classroom; •task-based learningan approach in which the learners use language to fulfill a specified task.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5741357 fatcat:wvfmuvnyvrea3m26p2i77emrmy

Chimères, Volume XXXII (Complete)

Kristi Roney
2015 Chimères  
The shift from a normative, emotion-driven body to an affective body is at the heart of the representation in the scene at the casino.  ...  as a national (and civic) hero upon bis 1536 retum to Lyon and during subsequent visits to Lyon-based publisher Etienne Dolet to organize bis complete works in 1538.  ...  This seems to be the reason why Journal du voleur associates closely the moral approach with the tone, that is, the effect of language in a literary work of art.  ... 
doi:10.17161/chimeres.v32i1.5954 fatcat:2fc3djxotzdlpbqaxbf3mpp7uy

Should trees have standing? Toward legal rights for natural objects

Christopher D Stone
2012 Journal of Human Rights and the Environment  
conception of the Jew in the 13th Century contributed to a law which treated them as "men ferae naturae, protected by a quasi-forest law.  ...  The Sierra Club and the Village of Tarrytown based their challenge upon the provisions of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899.  ... 
doi:10.4337/jhre.2012.02.02 fatcat:wlupizd3vbh6ldzzvz4fx7krlm

Lecture du droit européen numérique de la santé : conséquences sur les patients, l'accès aux soins, la circulation des patients [chapter]

Nathalie De Grove-Valdeyron
2018 Santé, numérique et droit-s  
Paris : Apssis: 125 , ill. La rédaction d'articles et de retours d'expériences a été proposée à un large panel de professionnels de la SSI Santé.  ...  Two independent researchers reviewed the results based on PRISMA guidelines, and data was categorised using a bottom-up approach to reach a framework for the most general challenges.  ...  to the regional level, resulting in a less transparent approach to reimbursement.  ... 
doi:10.4000/books.putc.4290 fatcat:axufvlqg3nhu5drvkecxtnz3o4

Revisioning Europe: the films of John Berger and Alain Tanner

2012 ChoiceReviews  
Acknowledgement: We acknowledge the wording around open access used by Australian publisher,, and thank them  ...  , a very vigorous challenge to liberalism.  ...  , however, the model of base superstructure has been challenged, notably by raymond Williams [in Problems in Materialism and Culture] as "essentially a bourgeois formula; more specifically, a central  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.49-6179 fatcat:j7cannfdmzeahkwi3dt3k7j5vi

Chapter Two: Bodies of Evidence [chapter]

2020 Alfred Dreyfus  
But if the gently rocking motion of the large cruise liner gentled Bourget into a semitrance of luxury, with time seeming to disappear in a haze of fine foods, music, and luxurious appointments, for Alfred  ...  In the history of letter writing in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, a whole genre of fiction based on the exchange of epistles developed.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9781644693254-003 fatcat:ehjpwdxtibgwhfebaolxuwmb5a

9. Love and its Costs in Seventeenth-Century Literature [chapter]

Michael Bryson, Arpi Movsesian
2017 Love and its Critics: From the Song of Songs to Shakespeare and Milton's Eden  
In order to access detailed and updated information on the license, please visit https:// Further details about CC BY licenses are available at  ...  or error will be corrected if notification is made to the publisher.  ...  time in which hail and thunder Have beaten the top of Mount Caucasus, A beautiful day comes, clothed again in light.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0117.09 fatcat:qp2r5apvevbgtapsn2y34ert4y

Romance, Affect, and Ethical Thinking in a Fifteenth-Century Household Book: Chetham's Library, MS 8009

James Wade
2013 New Medieval Literatures  
As well as featuring challenging new articles, each issue includes an analytical survey by a leading international medievalist of recent work in an emerging or established field.  ...  The editors aim to engage with intellectual and cultural pluralism in the Middle Ages and now. Within this generous brief, they recognize only two criteria: excellence and originality.  ...  not exactly of containing sacred truth so much as of setting in motion a spiritually significant interpretive activity attuned to and based on the open-ended modes of meaning-making proper to romance  ... 
doi:10.1484/j.nml.5.103456 fatcat:z4cqkoft6ze7jjld44tobefshi
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