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Physiology-based face recognition
Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance, IEEE Conference on
By P. Buddharaju, I.T. Pavlidis, P. Tsiamyrtzis
Issue Date:September 2005
We present a novel approach for face recognition based on the physiological information extracted from thermal facial images. First, we delineate the human face from the background using a Bayesian method. Then, we extract the blood vessels present on the ...
Pose-Invariant Physiological Face Recognition in the Thermal Infrared Spectrum
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshop
By P. Buddharaju, I. T. Pavlidis, P. Tsiamyrtzis
Issue Date:June 2006
We present a novel framework for face recognition based on physiological information. The motivation behind this effort is to capitalize on the permanency of innate characteristics that are under the skin. To establish feasibility, we propose a specific me...
Perinasal Imaging of Physiological Stress and Its Affective Potential
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing
By D. Shastri,M. Papadakis,P. Tsiamyrtzis,B. Bass,I. Pavlidis
Issue Date:July 2012
In this paper, we present a novel framework for quantifying physiological stress at a distance via thermal imaging. The method captures stress-induced neurophysiological responses on the perinasal area that manifest as transient perspiration. We have devel...
Automatic Thermal Monitoring System (ATHEMOS) for Deception Detection
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, IEEE Computer Society Conference on
By P. Buddharaju, J. Dowdall, P. Tsiamyrtzis, D. Shastri, I. Pavlidis, M. G. Frank
Issue Date:June 2005
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