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2013 10th IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (FG) (2000)
Grenoble, France9
Mar. 26, 2000 to Mar. 30, 2000
ISBN: 0-7695-0580-5
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface (PDF)

pp. x
Invited Talk
Poster Session: Face Detection

Robust Facial Feature Localization by Coupled Features (Abstract)

Heinrich Niemann , Universit?t Erlangen-Nuremberg
Joachim Denzler , Universit?t Erlangen-Nuremberg
Arnd Gebhard , Universit?t Erlangen-Nuremberg
Dietrich Paulus , Universit?t Erlangen-Nuremberg
Matthias Zobel , Universit?t Erlangen-Nuremberg
pp. 2

Real-Time Multiple Face Detection Using Active Illumination (Abstract)

Carlos H. Morimoto , University of S?o Paulo
Myron Flickner , IBM Almaden Research Center
pp. 8

Face Detection Using Multi-Modal Information (Abstract)

Hyoung-Gon Kim , Korean Institute of Science and Technology
Sang-Hoon Kim , Hankyong National University
pp. 14

Viewpoint-Invariant Learning and Detection of Human Heads (Abstract)

W. Einhäuser , California Institute of Technology
P. Perona , California Institute of Technology and Universit?t Heidelberg
M. Weber , California Institute of Technology
M. Welling , Universit?t Heidelberg
pp. 20

Face Matching through Information Theoretical Attention Points and Its Applications to Face Detection and Classification (Abstract)

Taketoshi Mishima , Saitama University
Shinji Umeyama , Electrotechnical Laboratory
Kazuhiro Hotta , Saitama University
Takio Kurita , Electrotechnical Laboratory
pp. 34

Real-Time Detection of Nodding and Head-Shaking by Directly Detecting and Tracking the "Between-Eyes" (Abstract)

Shinjiro Kawato , ATR Media Integration and Communications Research Laboratories
Jun Ohya , ATR Media Integration and Communications Research Laboratories
pp. 40

Comprehensive Database for Facial Expression Analysis (Abstract)

Takeo Kanade , Carnegie Mellon University
Jeffrey F. Cohn , Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh
Yingli Tian , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 46

Comparative Performance of Different Skin Chrominance Models and Chrominance Spaces for the Automatic Detection of Human Faces in Color Images (Abstract)

Mahdad N. Shirazi , Kansai Advanced Research Center
Hideo Fukamachi , ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
Shigeru Akamatsu , ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
Jean-Christophe Terrillon , ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
pp. 54
Session 1: Face Detection

Estimation of the Illuminant Color from Human Skin Color (Abstract)

Moritz Störring , Aalborg University
Hans J. Andersen , Aalborg University
Erik Granum , Aalborg University
pp. 64

Face Detection Using Mixtures of Linear Subspaces (Abstract)

David Kriegman , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ming-Hsuan Yang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Narendra Ahuja , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 70

A Fast and Accurate Face Detector for Indexation of Face Images (Abstract)

Raphael Feraud , France Telecom CNET
Michel Collobert , France Telecom CNET
Jean Emmanuel Viallet , France Telecom CNET
Olivier Bernier , France Telecom CNET
pp. 77

Hallucinating Faces (Abstract)

Simon Baker , Carnegie Mellon University
Takeo Kanade , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 83
Session 2: Face Tracking Using Statistical Methods

Robust Face Tracking Using Color (Abstract)

James L. Crowley , Projet PRIMA, INRIA Rh?ne-Alpes
Karl Schwerdt , Projet PRIMA, INRIA Rh?ne-Alpes
pp. 90

Learning-Based Approach to Real Time Tracking and Analysis of Faces (Abstract)

Vinay P. Kumar , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tomaso Poggio , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 96
Poster Session: Face Tracking

Dual-State Parametric Eye Tracking (Abstract)

Ying-li Tian , Carnegie Mellon University and Chinese Academy of Sciences
Takeo Kanade , Carnegie Mellon University
Jeffrey F. Cohn , Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh
pp. 110

Real-Time Stereo Tracking for Head Pose and Gaze Estimation (Abstract)

Sebastien Rougeaux , Australian National University at Canberra
Alexander Zelinsky , Australian National University at Canberra
Yoshio Matsumoto , Australian National University at Canberra
Rhys Newman , Australian National University at Canberra
pp. 122

Improving Face Tracking with 2D Template Warping (Abstract)

Rick Kjeldsen , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Aya Aner , Columbia University
pp. 129

Dynamic Facial Caricaturing System Based on the Gaze Direction of Gallery (Abstract)

Hiroyasu Koshimizu , Chukyo University
Masafumi Tominaga , Chukyo University
Kazuhito Murakami , Aichi Prefectural University
pp. 136

Analysis and Synthesis of Pose Variations of Human Faces by a Linear PCMAP Model and its Application for Pose-Invariant Face Recognition System (Abstract)

Christoph von der Malsburg , Ruhr-Universit?t Bochum
Kazunori Okada , University of Southern California
Shigeru Akamatsu , ATR, Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
pp. 142

Focus of Attention for Face and Hand Gesture Recognition Using Multiple Cameras (Abstract)

Hitoshi Hongo , Softopia Japan Foundation
Mitsunori Ohya , Gifu University
Yoshinori Niwa , Softopia Japan Foundation
Mamoru Yasumoto , Softopia Japan Foundation
Kazuhiko Yamamoto , Gifu University
pp. 156

A Robust Model-Based Approach for 3D Head Tracking in Video Sequences (Abstract)

Françoise Prêteux , Institut National des T?l?communications
Marius Malciu , Institut National des T?l?communications
pp. 169
Session 3: Face Tracking Using Structural Methods

Robust 3D Head Tracking Under Partial Occlusion (Abstract)

Ye Zhang , University of Delaware
Chandra Kambhamettu , University of Delaware
pp. 176

Wide-Range, Person- and Illumination-Insensitive Head Orientation Estimation (Abstract)

Kentaro Toyama , Microsoft Research
Ying Wu , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 183

Face Analysis for the Synthesis of Photo-Realistic Talking Heads (Abstract)

Tony Ezzat , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Eric Cosatto , AT&T Labs-Research
Hans Peter Graf , AT&T Labs-Research
pp. 189
Invited Talk
Posters Session: Face Recognition

Face Recognition by Support Vector Machines (Abstract)

Stan Z. Li , Nanyang Technological University
Kapluk Chan , Nanyang Technological University
Guodong Guo , Nanyang Technological University
pp. 196

Learning Support Vectors for Face Verification and Recognition (Abstract)

Y.P. Li , University of Surrey Guildford
J. Matas , Czech Technical University
J. Kittler , University of Surrey Guildford
K. Jonsson , University of Surrey Guildford
pp. 208

Memory-Based Face Recognition for Visitor Identification (Abstract)

Shumeet Baluja , Carnegie Mellon University
Terence Sim , Carnegie Mellon University
Rahul Sukthankar , Carnegie Mellon University
Matthew Mullin , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 214

Performance Assessment of a Face Verification Based Access Control System (Abstract)

G.V. Wheeler , University of Manchester
C.J. Taylor , University of Manchester
P. Courtney , University of Manchester
T.F. Cootes , University of Manchester
pp. 221

View-Based Active Appearance Models (Abstract)

C.J. Taylor , University of Manchester
K. Walker , University of Manchester
T.F. Cootes , University of Manchester
pp. 227

3D Human Face Recognition Using Point Signature (Abstract)

Feng Han , Nanyang Technological University
Chin-Seng Chua , Nanyang Technological University
Yeong-Khing Ho , Nanyang Technological University
pp. 233

Face Recognition Based on Multiple Facial Features (Abstract)

Rui Liao , Nanyang Technological University
Stan Z. Li , Nanyang Technological University
pp. 239

Pose Invariant Face Recognition (Abstract)

Tsuhan Chen , Carnegie Mellon University
Zhihua Zhou , Nanjing University
Fu Jie Huang , Carnegie Mellon University
Hong-Jiang Zhang , Microsoft Research
pp. 245

An Incremental Learning Method for Face Recognition under Continuous Video Stream (Abstract)

Colin H. Evans , Michigan State University
Wey-Shiuan Hwang , Michigan State University
Juyang Weng , Michigan State University
pp. 251

Comparison of Confidence Measures for Face Recognition (Abstract)

Gerhard Rigoll , Gerhard-Mercator-University Duisburg
Stefan Eickeler , Gerhard-Mercator-University Duisburg
Mirco Jabs , Gerhard-Mercator-University Duisburg
pp. 257
Session 4: Face Recognition

The Global Dimensionality of Face Space (Abstract)

Lawrence Sirovich , Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Penio S. Penev , The Rockefeller University
pp. 264

Determining Correspondences for Statistical Models of Facial Appearance (Abstract)

K.N. Walker , Manchester University
T.F. Cootes , Manchester University
C.J. Taylor , Manchester University
pp. 271

From Few to Many: Generative Models for Recognition Under Variable Pose and Illumination (Abstract)

Athinodoros S. Georghiades , Yale University
Peter N. Belhumeur , Yale University
David J. Kriegman , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 277

SFS Based View Synthesis for Robust Face Recognition (Abstract)

WenYi Zhao , University of Maryland at College Park
Rama Chellappa , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 285
Session 5: Face Recognition

Face Recognition in a Meeting Room (Abstract)

Alex Waibel , Carnegie Mellon University
Ralph Gross , Carnegie Mellon University
Jie Yang , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 294

Support Vector Regression and Classification Based Multi-View Face Detection and Recognition (Abstract)

Heather Liddell , University of London
Shaogang Gong , University of London
Yongmin Li , University of London
pp. 300

Gender Classification with Support Vector Machines (Abstract)

Ming-Hsuan Yang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Baback Moghaddam , Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratory
pp. 306
Posters Session: Tracking People and Recognizing Activities

A Probabilistic Sensor for the Perception of Activities (Abstract)

James L. Crowley , Project PRIMA - Lab GRAVIR - IMAG
Olivier Chomat , Project PRIMA - Lab GRAVIR - IMAG
pp. 314

Video Annotation for Content-based Retrieval using Human Behavior Analysis and Domain Knowledge (Abstract)

Hisashi Miyamori , Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications
Shu-ichi Iisaku , Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications
pp. 320

Human Body Postures from Trinocular Camera Images (Abstract)

Shoichiro Iwasawa , Seikei University
Kazuyuki Ebihara , Victor Company of Japan, Limited
Kazuhiko Takahashi , Seikei University
Jun Ohya , Seikei University
Tatsumi Sakaguchi , Seikei University
Shigeo Morishima , Seikei University
pp. 326

Bimodal Emotion Recognition (Abstract)

Pei Chi Ng , National University of Singapore
Liyanage C. DeSilva , National University of Singapore
pp. 332

Tracking a Person with 3-D Motion by Integrating Optical Flow and Depth (Abstract)

J. Miura , Osaka University
Y. Shirai , Osaka University
R. Okada , Toshiba Kansai Research Center
pp. 336

Person Tracking in Real-World Scenarios Using Statistical Methods (Abstract)

Stefan Müller , Gerhard-Mercator-University Duisburg
Gerhard Rigoll , Gerhard-Mercator-University Duisburg
Stefan Eickeler , Gerhard-Mercator-University Duisburg
pp. 342

Tracking Interacting People (Abstract)

Harry Wechsler , George Mason University
Sumer Jabri , George Mason University
Stephen J. McKenna , University of Dundee
Zoran Duric , George Mason University
pp. 348

Human Action Tracking Guided by Key-Frames (Abstract)

Naoto Ohkubo , Niigata University
Hajime Yamanaka , Niigata University
Takashi Yamagiwa , Niigata University
Katsutoshi Yagishita , Niigata University
Yoshito Ohta , Niigata University
Masanobu Yamamoto , Niigata University
pp. 354

Multiple Cues used in Model-Based Human Motion Capture (Abstract)

Erik Granum , Aalborg University
Thomas B. Moeslund , Aalborg University
pp. 362

A Framework for Modeling the Appearance of 3D Articulated Figures (Abstract)

Hedvig Sidenbladh , Royal Institute of Technology
Fernando de la Torre , Universitat Ramon Llull
Michael J. Black , Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
pp. 368
Session 6: Recognizing Activities and Speakers

Understanding Purposeful Human Motion (Abstract)

Alex P. Pentland , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Brian P. Clarkson , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Christopher R. Wren , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 378

Audio-Visual Speaker Detection Using Dynamic Bayesian Networks (Abstract)

Ashutosh Garg , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
James M. Rehg , Compaq Computer Corporation
Vladimir Pavlovic , Compaq Computer Corporation
pp. 384
Invited Talk
Poster Session: Gesture Recognition

Crane Gesture Recognition Using Pseudo 3-D Hidden Markov Models (Abstract)

Gerhard Rigoll , Gerhard-Mercator-University Duisburg
Stefan Eickeler , Gerhard-Mercator-University Duisburg
Stefan Müller , Gerhard-Mercator-University Duisburg
pp. 398

Gesture Modeling and Recognition Using Finite State Machines (Abstract)

Matthew Turk , Microsoft Research
Thomas S. Huang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Pengyu Hong , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 410

Towards Model-Based Gesture Recognition (Abstract)

Greg S. Schmidt , Texas A&M University
Donald H. House , Texas A&M University
pp. 416

Exploiting Speech/Gesture Co-occurrence for Improving Continuous Gesture Recognition in Weather Narration (Abstract)

Rajeev Sharma , Pennsylvania State University
Indrajit Poddar , Pennsylvania State University
Srivat Chakravarthy , Pennsylvania State University
Jiongyu Cai , Pennsylvania State University
Yogesh Sethi , Pennsylvania State University
pp. 422

A Continuous Chinese Sign Language Recognition System (Abstract)

Chunli Wang , Dalian University of Technology
Jiyong Ma , Chinese Academy of Science
Jiangqin Wu , Harbin Institute of Technology
Wen Gao , Chinese Academy of Science and Harbin Institute of Technology
pp. 428

A Method for Recognizing a Sequence of Sign Language Words Represented in a Japanese Sign Language Sentence (Abstract)

Masaru Takeuchi , MM Function Hitachi Laboratory, RWCP
Hirohiko Sagawa , MM Function Hitachi Laboratory, RWCP
pp. 434

Relevant Features for Video-Based Continuous Sign Language Recognition (Abstract)

Hermann Hienz , Aachen University of Technology
Britta Bauer , Aachen University of Technology
pp. 440

Segmenting Hands of Arbitrary Color (Abstract)

Jie Yang , Carnegie Mellon University
Xiaojin Zhu , Carnegie Mellon University
Alex Waibel , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 446
Session 7: Gesture Recognition

Hand Gesture Recognition Using Input-Output Hidden Markov Models (Abstract)

Olivier Bernier , France Telecom CNET
Daniel Collobert , France Telecom CNET
Sébastien Marcel , France Telecom CNET
Jean-Emmanuel Viallet , France Telecom CNET
pp. 456

Fast Tracking of Hands and Fingertips in Infrared Images for Augmented Desk Interface (Abstract)

Yoshinori Kobayashi , University of Electro-Communications
Hideki Koike , University of Electro-Communications
Yoichi Sato , University of Tokyo
pp. 462

Detection and Estimation of Pointing Gestures in Dense Disparity Maps (Abstract)

Brian Meyers , Microsoft Corporation
Barry Brumitt , Microsoft Corporation
Thomas Huang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Nebojsa Jojic , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Steve Harris , Microsoft Corporation
pp. 468

Constraint-Conscious Smoothing Framework for the Recovery of 3D Articulated Motion from Image Sequences (Abstract)

Takashi Totsuka , Sony-Kihara Research Center Incorporated
Hiroyuki Segawa , Sony-Kihara Research Center Incorporated
Hiroyuki Shioya , Sony-Kihara Research Center Incorporated
Norikazu Hiraki , Sony-Kihara Research Center Incorporated
pp. 476
Session 8: Face Expression and Gaze Direction

Recognizing Lower Face Action Units for Facial Expression Analysis (Abstract)

Takeo Kanade , Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh
Jeffrey F. Cohn , Carnegie Mellon University
Ying-li Tian , Carnegie Mellon University and Chinese Academy of Sciences
pp. 484

A Probabilistic Framework for Rigid and Non-Rigid Appearance Based Tracking and Recognition (Abstract)

Yaser Yacoob , University of Maryland at College Park
Fernando de la Torre , Universitat Ramon LLull
Larry Davis , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 491

An Algorithm for Real-Time Stereo Vision Implementation of Head Pose and Gaze Direction Measurement (Abstract)

Alexander Zelinsky , Australian National University
Yoshio Matsumoto , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 499
Poster Session: Structural Models

Learning and Synthesizing Human Body Motion and Posture (Abstract)

Rómer Rosales , Boston University
Stan Sclaroff , Boston University
pp. 506

Evaluation of Sensor Calibration in a Biometric Person Recognition Framework Based on Sensor Fusion (Abstract)

Christian Küblbeck , Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits
Constanze Rothe , Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits
Bernhard Fröba , Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits
pp. 512

Extraction of Parametric Human Model for Posture Recognition Using Genetic Algorithm (Abstract)

Changbo Hu , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Qingfeng Yu , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Songde Ma , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Yi Li , Chinese Academy of Sciences
pp. 518

Automatic Face Modeling from Monocular Image Sequences Using Modified Non Parametric Regression and an Affine Camera Model (Abstract)

P. Burman , National University of Singapore
K. Sengupta , National University of Singapore
C. C. Ko , National University of Singapore
W. Shiqin , National University of Singapore
pp. 524

Virtual View Face Image Synthesis Using 3D Spring-Based Face Model from a Single Image (Abstract)

G.C. Feng , Hong Kong Baptist University
J.H. Lai , Hong Kong Baptist University
Pong C Yuen , Hong Kong Baptist University
pp. 530

A Virtual 3D Blackboard: 3D Finger Tracking Using a Single Camera (Abstract)

Mubarak Shah , University of Central Florida
Andrew Wu , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
N. da Vitoria Lobo , University of Central Florida
pp. 536

Toward Real-Time Human-Computer Interaction with Continuous Dynamic Hand Gestures (Abstract)

Guangyou Xu , Tsinghua University
Haibing Ren , Tsinghua University
Xueyin Lin , Tsinghua University
Yuanxin Zhu , University of Missouri-Columbia
pp. 544
Session 9: Biological Vision and 3D Models

Face Recognition Algorithms as Models of Human Face Processing (Abstract)

Brendan Ross , University of Texas at Dallas
P. Jonathon Phillips , National Institute of Standards and Technology
Yi Cheng , University of Texas at Dallas
Heather A. Wild , University of Texas at Dallas
Alice J. O'Toole , University of Texas at Dallas
pp. 552

Author Index (PDF)

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