facial expression


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  • noun

Synonyms for facial expression

the feelings expressed on a person's face

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Marian Bartlett, an assistant research professor at the Machine Perception Lab at the University of California, San Diego, has studied human facial expressions and recently helped design an animated, computer-based tutor for children.
Academic and commercial researchers can add facial expression and emotional response data to their studies.
For example, to accurately identify the emotion of happy the person would look at the facial expression of smiling and say happy.
In the close connection between production and perception of facial stimuli, similarities in primate facial expression must be accompanied by face-processing mechanisms that are similar for primate species (see above).
Washington, April 7 ( ANI ): A new study has found that people use more facial expressions apart from portraying basic emotions like happiness, surprise, anger, sadness, fear, and disgust.
Post hoc comparisons using Tukey's HSD test indicated that in the group of sighted participants the mean proportions of correct interpretations for the dialogues with gestures (see Table 3) were significantly different from the dialogues with facial expression (p = .
Wavelet transform in the calculation is very complex, in image processing and facial expression recognition has broad application prospects.
THESE pictures show facial expressions develop while babies are in the womb.
FACIAL expressions develop while babies are in the womb, researchers in the North East have shown.
Laird (1974) recognized the potential benefits of the FFH and proposed that the change of one's facial expression can be an effective technique for emotion regulation.
In addition to facial expression, share with students that Lichtenstein often used thought bubbles to further express a subject's internal feelings, such as in his 1963 classic Drowning Girl (I don't care
They consider facial feature extraction, feature dimensionality reduction, face recognition, facial expression classification, and invariance techniques.
The opposite page shows a child's head and shoulders with exaggerated facial expression with the answer hidden under a flap.
The use of facial expression appropriate to the desired meaning and tone of a message is of considerable help in communicating with deaf people.
OMRON's Facial Expression Estimation technology combines the company's proprietary 3D model-fitting technology1 and statistical classification method2, which are based on a massive database of facial images that OMRON has accumulated over many years.