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Title: Visual ageing of human faces in three dimensions using morphable models and projection to latent structures
Authors: Hunter, David William
Tiddeman, Bernard Paul
Keywords: Computer Vision
Image Analysis
Visual Ageing
3D Modelling
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Issue Date: Feb-2009
Citation: Hunter , D W & Tiddeman , B P 2009 , ' Visual ageing of human faces in three dimensions using morphable models and projection to latent structures ' . in VISAPP 2009 : Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications . vol. 2 , INSTICC Press , Lisboa, Portugal , pp. 340-345 , 4th International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications , Lisbon , Portugal , 5-8 February .
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Abstract: We present an approach to synthesising the effects of ageing on human face images using three-dimensional modelling. We extract a set of three dimensional face models from a set of two-dimensional face images by fitting a Morphable Model. We propose a method to age these face models using Partial Least Squares to extract from the data-set those factors most related to ageing. These ageing related factors are used to train an individually weighted linear model. We show that this is an effective means of producing an aged face image and compare this method to two other linear ageing methods for ageing face models. This is demonstrated both quantitatively and with perceptual evaluation using human raters.
Version: Postprint
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10023/3066
http://www.visapp.visigrapp.org/VISAPP2009/
ISBN: 978-989-8111-69-2
978-989-8111-69-2
Type: Conference item
Rights: Conference proceedings are copyright (c) SciTePress 2009
Publisher: INSTICC Press
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