Human Age Estimation Method Robust to Camera Sensor and/or Face Movement
AbstractHuman age can be employed in many useful real-life applications, such as customer service systems, automatic vending machines, entertainment, etc. In order to obtain age information, image-based age estimation systems have been developed using information from the human face. However, limitations exist for current age estimation systems because of the various factors of camera motion and optical blurring, facial expressions, gender, etc. Motion blurring can usually be presented on face images by the movement of the camera sensor and/or the movement of the face during image acquisition. Therefore, the facial feature in captured images can be transformed according to the amount of motion, which causes performance degradation of age estimation systems. In this paper, the problem caused by motion blurring is addressed and its solution is proposed in order to make age estimation systems robust to the effects of motion blurring. Experiment results show that our method is more efficient for enhancing age estimation performance compared with systems that do not employ our method. View Full-Text
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Nguyen, D.T.; Cho, S.R.; Pham, T.D.; Park, K.R. Human Age Estimation Method Robust to Camera Sensor and/or Face Movement. Sensors 2015, 15, 21898-21930.
Nguyen DT, Cho SR, Pham TD, Park KR. Human Age Estimation Method Robust to Camera Sensor and/or Face Movement. Sensors. 2015; 15(9):21898-21930.Chicago/Turabian Style
Nguyen, Dat T.; Cho, So R.; Pham, Tuyen D.; Park, Kang R. 2015. "Human Age Estimation Method Robust to Camera Sensor and/or Face Movement." Sensors 15, no. 9: 21898-21930.