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I am interested in How could I recognize several separated points in a static image of a face?
 
The problem is in the field of Automatic Analyisis of Facial Expressions, part Facial Expression Data Extraction.
 
RECOGNITION OF EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIONS ON HUMAN FACES IN DIGITAL IMAGES
 
Task:
 
4. Implementation
4.1. User requirements
(You need a modul for your foreign language learning system. Therefore the images will not be general, but frontally oriented face in front of the web camera – this can be used to simplify the face detection phase).
4.2. Chosen algorithm
(State of the art method, or hybrid of different state of the art methods, or your original method or hybrid of existing and your method)
4.3. Chosen technologies
4.4. User interface (as a part of the foreign language learning system)
 
How could I solve this task?
Posted 12-Nov-12 10:27am
Edited 24-Jan-14 12:44pm
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Solution 1

The thema is quite big to be answered in a Quick Answers section. Since you are not giving much information, neither saying what have you tried?[^]...
 
Here you have a bit theory to start with:
 
http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gadgets/high-tech-gadgets/facial-recognition.htm[^]
http://www.face-rec.org/[^]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facial_recognition_system[^]
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 12-Nov-12 23:29pm
   
My 5. I have a strong impression that this is a waste of time though...
--SA
Nelek at 13-Nov-12 3:26am
   
Thank you Sergey
Member 9538830 at 13-Nov-12 10:44am
   
Hello Nelek! Hello Sergey!
 
Thank you very much for your reply.
 
I apply kindly Sergey Alexandrovich take part in this discussion, my serious question as well as serious research and developmental problem.
 
My question and my interest is not FACE RECOGNITION, but, FACIAL EXPRESSION RECOGNITION, with ended goal to recognize emotion expressed by observed facial expression.
I am in the field of Human-Computer Interaction: Emotional Interface, subfield Automatic analysis of facial expressions.
 
I would like to extract several characteristic points from the arbitrary static image of the face. Those characteristic points would be inputs of one still existing algorithm recognizing emotion.
 
Am I clear? Do you understand my question and my intentions?
 
I am looking forward for reply both of you.
 
Sincerely.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Nov-12 11:00am
   
I know. Those are extremely difficult problems; I doubt Quick Questions & Answers is a good place to discuss them seriously...
--SA
Member 9538830 at 13-Nov-12 11:03am
   
Where could be the best place for disscussion my questions?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Nov-12 11:50am
   
I have no idea. Discuss with your colleagues.
 
To elaborate on this topic, I put a separate answer to this question -- please see. :-)
--SA
Member 9538830 at 24-Jan-14 16:46pm
   
Why do you think that this is a waste of time?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 24-Jan-14 18:00pm
   
Oh, this is just my impression. Well, because the problem is extremely difficult. People more prepared for solving such difficult problem usually don't ask questions of such sorts, and for others it would be a waste of time. However, I would be quite glad for you if you prove me wrong.
Best wishes,
—SA
Member 9538830 at 24-Jan-14 20:48pm
   
Have you seen improvement that I posted below the first question of this discussion?
Could you tell me anything regarding that my new task?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 24-Jan-14 21:24pm
   
Not much, only one thing: I'm very skeptical about it...
—SA
Member 9538830 at 24-Jan-14 21:27pm
   
Why? Why you are skeptical about it?
Member 9538830 at 24-Jan-14 21:41pm
   
This issue belongs to programming neural networks, multilayer perceptron, for example.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 24-Jan-14 21:44pm
   
Yes, yes... I'm sorry, I'm not very interested in discussing this in detail. Could we stop on this point, unless you want to discuss something really essential..?
Thank you,
—SA
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Nov-12 10:58am
   
There is no need in this comment: As your comment to my comment is on deeper level of the tree, Nelek would also get a notification on it. Please delete this comment, for clarity.
--SA
Member 9538830 at 13-Nov-12 11:02am
   
OK. Am I right?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Nov-12 12:01pm
   
Perfectly.
--SA
Member 9538830 at 24-Jan-14 16:51pm
   
Regarding previous question,

I should to solve next task:

4. Implementation
4.1. User requirements
(You need a modul for your foreign language learning system. Therefore the images will not be general, but frontally oriented face in front of the web camera – this can be used to simplify the face detection phase).
4.2. Chosen algorithm
(State of the art method, or hybrid of different state of the art methods, or your original method or hybrid of existing and your method)
4.3. Chosen technologies
4.4. User interface (as a part of the foreign language learning system)

How could I do that?
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Solution 3

[In response to the discussion in comments to Solution 1:]
 
Where should you try to seek an advice on this topic? I explained, probably not at this Quick Questions & Answers forum. If not here, where else?
 
How to explain it..? It all looks a bit weird.
 
Imagine A. Einstein writing to the general physics discussion forum (including people working in thermodynamics, electricity, mechanics, etc., and, as always, most people working more at applications or experimental techniques): "I am working at a new theory of mechanics which, in particular, should reconcile recent negative results on ether discovery, but it will need to radically review the present views on time-space. How could I modify the Galilean transformation in a proper way? My idea is to give up the independence of the masses and sizes of the bodies on the reference frames...".
 
[EDIT]
If such question was asked at that time, most members would locate a red flag for abuse reporting (on this page, it's above, below the question), click it and choose to report "Not clear or incomplete". Smile | :)
[END EDIT]
 
Now, think about one more thing. Imaging someone (Henri Poincaré, most likely, if any at all), would provide a comprehensive advice to A. Einstein. Who do you think would now be considered as the author of the Special Theory of Relativity now? Smile | :)
 
This example is a bit of exaggeration, but are you getting the idea?
 
Thank you,
—SA
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lewax00 at 13-Nov-12 12:01pm
   
I love the analogy. :)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Nov-12 12:08pm
   
Thank you very much.
--SA
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Nov-12 12:12pm
   
I just though that at that time most members would report old fellow Albert for abuse, the way I explained in the update to my answer, after [EDIT].
--SA
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Solution 4

Thank you, Sergey, thank you for your analogy and considering me in a situation as A. Einstein had been ... Smile | :)
 
If I expect same results as Einstein? Smile | :)
 
In The Code Project I have seen a link considering my research question.
Maybe I should go there and ask ...
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