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    Affective State Recognition Using Thermal-Based Imaging: A Survey

    Mustafa M. M. Al Qudah, Ahmad S. A. Mohamed*, Syaheerah L. Lutfi

    Computer Systems Science and Engineering, Vol.37, No.1, pp. 47-62, 2021, DOI:10.32604/csse.2021.015222

    Abstract The thermal-based imaging technique has recently attracted the attention of researchers who are interested in the recognition of human affects due to its ability to measure the facial transient temperature, which is correlated with human affects and robustness against illumination changes. Therefore, studies have increasingly used the thermal imaging as a potential and supplemental solution to overcome the challenges of visual (RGB) imaging, such as the variation of light conditions and revealing original human affect. Moreover, the thermal-based imaging has shown promising results in the detection of psychophysiological signals, such as pulse rate and respiration rate in a contactless and… More >

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