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Pain assessment through observational pain scales is necessary for special categories of patients such as neonates, patients with dementia, critically ill patients, etc. The recently introduced Prkachin-Solomon score allows pain assessment directly from facial images opening the path for multiple assistive applications. In this paper, we introduce the Histograms of Topographical (HoT) features, which are a generalization of the topographical primal sketch, for the description of the face partsarXiv:1503.07706v1 fatcat:witmehll7vfinfuo47h3uancmi