This paper presents a method for construction of artificial images of facial expressions. The proposed fractal-based synthesis procedure called pixel-based correspondence works on 2D images and does not require any depth information. This method can generate artificial images of an object when only a single image is given. Using the proposed method, effective example-based facial analysis systems can be trained and utilised in various applications.
EventAustralian and New Zealand Intelligent Information Systems Conference (7th : 2001 : Perth. W.A.)
Pagination177 - 181
Place of publicationPiscataway, N. J.
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Publication classificationE2 Full written paper - non-refereed / Abstract reviewed
Editor/Contributor(s)A Bouzerdoum, Y Attikiouzel
Title of proceedingsANZIIS 2001 : Proceedings of the Seventh Australian and New Zealand Intelligent Information Systems Conference