Real-Time Facial Features Detection from Low Resolution Thermal Images with Deep Classification Models
Deep networks have already shown a spectacular success for object classification and detection for various applications from everyday use cases to advanced medical problems. The main advantage of the classification models over the detection models is less time and effort needed for dataset preparation, because classification networks do not require bounding box annotations, but labels at the image level only. Yet, after passing...
In this paper, the optical linear sensor, a representative of low-resolution sensors, was investigated in the multiclass recognition of near-field hand gestures. The recurrent neural network (RNN) with a gated recurrent unit (GRU) memory cell was utilized as a gestures classifier. A set of 27 gestures was collected from a group of volunteers. The 27 000 sequences obtained were divided into training, validation, and test subsets....
Face detection is often a first step in quantitative analysis of face images. It is an important research area for visible images and recently also for thermography. Due to technological developments thermal cameras may be embedded into wearable devices to provide remote healthcare. In this paper, we compared three algorithms for face detection in thermal images by testing execution time, accuracy, symmetry ratio and false-positives....
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