Volume 4, Issue 4, October 2016
Pages: 203 - 211
Facial expression recognition (FER) has been widely studied since it can be used for various applications.
However, most of FER techniques focus on discriminating typical facial expressions such as six basic
facial expressions. Spontaneous facial expressions are not limited to such typical ones because...
Pages: 212 - 220
Pointing behavior in childhood is typical developmental sign having strong correlation to his or her language
development. This paper focuses on the pointing behavior accompanied by utterance during picture
book reading. With this respect, we make use of picture books’ review data amounting to approximately
Pages: 221 - 230
Resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (rs-fMRI) has shown aberrant brain functional networks at a
conventional low-frequency range (0.01-0.08 Hz) in individuals with generalized tonic-clonic seizure
(GTCS). However, it is unclear how functional networks hubs change across different frequency...
Pages: 231 - 242
Service Economics has been successfully proposed and implemented for promoting the macro service
market especially in Global value chains which however don’t provide guidance to and integrate directly
with the IT side implementation to achieve coherent information coordination and robust adaptability
Pages: 243 - 251
It has very important practical significance to analyze and research minority costume from the perspective of computer vision for minority culture protection and inheritance. As first exploration in minority costume image retrieval, this paper proposed a novel image feature representation method to describe...
Pages: 252 - 257
In this paper, a fusing approach of a 3D sensor and a camera are used to improve the reliability of pedestrian detection. The proposed pedestrian detecting system adopts DBSCAN to cluster 3D points and projects the candidate clusters onto images as region of interest (ROI). Those ROIs are detected by...