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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)

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

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

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

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

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

Kazuhiro Hotta , Saitama University
Taketoshi Mishima , Saitama University
Takio Kurita , Electrotechnical Laboratory
Shinji Umeyama , 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
Yingli Tian , Carnegie Mellon University
Jeffrey F. Cohn , Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh
pp. 46

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

Jean-Christophe Terrillon , ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
Hideo Fukamachi , ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
Shigeru Akamatsu , ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
Mahdad N. Shirazi , Kansai Advanced Research Center
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)

Ming-Hsuan Yang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Narendra Ahuja , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
David Kriegman , 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
Olivier Bernier , France Telecom CNET
Jean Emmanuel Viallet , France Telecom CNET
Michel Collobert , 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)

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

Rhys Newman , Australian National University at Canberra
Yoshio Matsumoto , Australian National University at Canberra
Sebastien Rougeaux , Australian National University at Canberra
Alexander Zelinsky , 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)

Kazuhito Murakami , Aichi Prefectural University
Masafumi Tominaga , Chukyo University
Hiroyasu Koshimizu , Chukyo 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)

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

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

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

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

Marius Malciu , Institut National des T?l?communications
Françoise Prêteux , 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)

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

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

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

Face Recognition by Support Vector Machines (Abstract)

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

Learning Support Vectors for Face Verification and Recognition (Abstract)

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

Memory-Based Face Recognition for Visitor Identification (Abstract)

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

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

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

View-Based Active Appearance Models (Abstract)

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

3D Human Face Recognition Using Point Signature (Abstract)

Chin-Seng Chua , Nanyang Technological University
Feng Han , 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)

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

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

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

Comparison of Confidence Measures for Face Recognition (Abstract)

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

The Global Dimensionality of Face Space (Abstract)

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

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

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

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

Gender Classification with Support Vector Machines (Abstract)

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

A Probabilistic Sensor for the Perception of Activities (Abstract)

Olivier Chomat , Project PRIMA - Lab GRAVIR - IMAG
James L. Crowley , 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
Jun Ohya , Seikei University
Kazuhiko Takahashi , Seikei University
Tatsumi Sakaguchi , Seikei University
Shigeo Morishima , Seikei University
Kazuyuki Ebihara , Victor Company of Japan, Limited
pp. 326

Bimodal Emotion Recognition (Abstract)

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

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

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

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

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

Tracking Interacting People (Abstract)

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

Human Action Tracking Guided by Key-Frames (Abstract)

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

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

Thomas B. Moeslund , Aalborg University
Erik Granum , 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)

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

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

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

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

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

Gesture Modeling and Recognition Using Finite State Machines (Abstract)

Pengyu Hong , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Thomas S. Huang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Matthew Turk , Microsoft Research
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
Jiongyu Cai , Pennsylvania State University
Srivat Chakravarthy , Pennsylvania State University
Indrajit Poddar , Pennsylvania State University
Yogesh Sethi , Pennsylvania State University
pp. 422

A Continuous Chinese Sign Language Recognition System (Abstract)

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

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

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

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

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

Segmenting Hands of Arbitrary Color (Abstract)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Fernando de la Torre , Universitat Ramon LLull
Yaser Yacoob , University of Maryland at College Park
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)

Yoshio Matsumoto , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Alexander Zelinsky , Australian National University
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)

Bernhard Fröba , Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits
Constanze Rothe , Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits
Christian Küblbeck , 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
Yi Li , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Songde Ma , Chinese Academy of Sciences
pp. 518

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

K. Sengupta , National University of Singapore
W. Shiqin , National University of Singapore
C. C. Ko , National University of Singapore
P. Burman , 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
Pong C Yuen , Hong Kong Baptist University
J.H. Lai , Hong Kong Baptist University
pp. 530

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

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

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

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

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

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

Author Index (PDF)

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