Subject: Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
Millions of images on the web enable us to explore images from social events such as a family party, thus it is of interest to understand and model the affect exhibited by a group of people in images. But analysis of the affect expressed by multiple people is challengin... View more
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