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We investigate facial asymmetry as a biometric under expression variation. For the first time, we have defined two types of quantified facial asymmetry measures that are easily computable from facial images and videos. Our findings show that the asymmetry measures of automatically selected facial...
Reconstructing a 3D model of a human face from a monocular video sequence is an important problem in computer vision, with applications to recognition, surveillance, multimedia, etc. However, the quality of 3D reconstructions using structure from motion (SfM) algorithms is often not satisfactory....