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Fifth International Conference on Graphic and Image Processing (ICGIP 2013)
In recent years, research on human emotion estimation using thermal infrared (IR) imagery has appealed to many researchers due to its invariance to visible illumination changes. Although infrared imagery is superior to visible imagery in its invariance to illumination changes and appearance differences, it has difficulties in handling transparent glasses in the thermal infrared spectrum. As a result, when using infrared imagery for the analysis of human facial information, the regions ofdoi:10.1117/12.2050206 fatcat:y4sldrbshngdrlpigdcjmiw3b4