A Novel Facial Appearance Appreciation with Pooled Color for Adaptive Skin Color Extraction

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Volume - 6 Issue - 5
Year of Publication : 2016
AuthorsR.Naleiny R. V.P.Eswaramurthy

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R.Naleiny R. V.P.Eswaramurthy"A Novel Facial Appearance Appreciation with Pooled Color for Adaptive Skin Color Extraction", International Journal of Computer & organization Trends (IJCOT), V6(5):11-18 Sep - Oct 2016, ISSN:2249-2593, www.ijcotjournal.org. Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.

Abstract The assistance of my works are two parts, The First one is shows that face model fitting algorithms advantage from well-defined color features that are able to differentiate between the changed regions of a face, such as the skin, the lips, and the eyebrows. However, these parts have only insignificant differences in color and therefore, the resolution principle must be well chosen. Each and every person color differs from one to others. The color clarification method is very important in the real life time. The proposed technique is Adaptive Skin Color Extraction. The technique is adapts to the person and to the context first, and then classifies skin color via common method color classifiers. This process managing the real-time performance and obtains high precision, which makes it suitable for a mixture of applications such as face model fitting, gape opinion, and facial expression recognition.

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Keywords-
Adaptive Skin Color Extraction, facial expression recognition.