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When Facial Expression Recognition Meets Few-Shot Learning: A Joint and Alternate Learning Framework
Human emotions involve basic and compound facial expressions. However, current research on facial expression recognition (FER) mainly focuses on basic expressions, and thus fails to address the diversity of human emotions in practical scenarios. Meanwhile, existing work on compound FER relies heavily on abundant labeled compound expression training data, which are often laboriously collected under the professional instruction of psychology. In this paper, we study compound FER in thedoi:10.48550/arxiv.2201.06781 fatcat:so23ir7kjjfgtbzlqi7atuayem