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Author Javier Marin; Sergio Escalera edit   pdf
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  Title SSSGAN: Satellite Style and Structure Generative Adversarial Networks Type Journal Article
  Year (down) 2021 Publication Remote Sensing Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 13 Issue 19 Pages 3984  
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  Abstract This work presents Satellite Style and Structure Generative Adversarial Network (SSGAN), a generative model of high resolution satellite imagery to support image segmentation. Based on spatially adaptive denormalization modules (SPADE) that modulate the activations with respect to segmentation map structure, in addition to global descriptor vectors that capture the semantic information in a vector with respect to Open Street Maps (OSM) classes, this model is able to produce
consistent aerial imagery. By decoupling the generation of aerial images into a structure map and a carefully defined style vector, we were able to improve the realism and geodiversity of the synthesis with respect to the state-of-the-art baseline. Therefore, the proposed model allows us to control the generation not only with respect to the desired structure, but also with respect to a geographic area.
 
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Author Kaustubh Kulkarni; Ciprian Corneanu; Ikechukwu Ofodile; Sergio Escalera; Xavier Baro; Sylwia Hyniewska; Juri Allik; Gholamreza Anbarjafari edit   pdf
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  Title Automatic Recognition of Facial Displays of Unfelt Emotions Type Journal Article
  Year (down) 2021 Publication IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing Abbreviated Journal TAC  
  Volume 12 Issue 2 Pages 377 - 390  
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  Abstract Humans modify their facial expressions in order to communicate their internal states and sometimes to mislead observers regarding their true emotional states. Evidence in experimental psychology shows that discriminative facial responses are short and subtle. This suggests that such behavior would be easier to distinguish when captured in high resolution at an increased frame rate. We are proposing SASE-FE, the first dataset of facial expressions that are either congruent or incongruent with underlying emotion states. We show that overall the problem of recognizing whether facial movements are expressions of authentic emotions or not can be successfully addressed by learning spatio-temporal representations of the data. For this purpose, we propose a method that aggregates features along fiducial trajectories in a deeply learnt space. Performance of the proposed model shows that on average, it is easier to distinguish among genuine facial expressions of emotion than among unfelt facial expressions of emotion and that certain emotion pairs such as contempt and disgust are more difficult to distinguish than the rest. Furthermore, the proposed methodology improves state of the art results on CK+ and OULU-CASIA datasets for video emotion recognition, and achieves competitive results when classifying facial action units on BP4D datase.  
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Author Meysam Madadi; Hugo Bertiche; Sergio Escalera edit   pdf
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  Title Deep unsupervised 3D human body reconstruction from a sparse set of landmarks Type Journal Article
  Year (down) 2021 Publication International Journal of Computer Vision Abbreviated Journal IJCV  
  Volume 129 Issue Pages 2499–2512  
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  Abstract In this paper we propose the first deep unsupervised approach in human body reconstruction to estimate body surface from a sparse set of landmarks, so called DeepMurf. We apply a denoising autoencoder to estimate missing landmarks. Then we apply an attention model to estimate body joints from landmarks. Finally, a cascading network is applied to regress parameters of a statistical generative model that reconstructs body. Our set of proposed loss functions allows us to train the network in an unsupervised way. Results on four public datasets show that our approach accurately reconstructs the human body from real world mocap data.  
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Author Razieh Rastgoo; Kourosh Kiani; Sergio Escalera edit  url
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  Title Sign Language Recognition: A Deep Survey Type Journal Article
  Year (down) 2021 Publication Expert Systems With Applications Abbreviated Journal ESWA  
  Volume 164 Issue Pages 113794  
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  Abstract Sign language, as a different form of the communication language, is important to large groups of people in society. There are different signs in each sign language with variability in hand shape, motion profile, and position of the hand, face, and body parts contributing to each sign. So, visual sign language recognition is a complex research area in computer vision. Many models have been proposed by different researchers with significant improvement by deep learning approaches in recent years. In this survey, we review the vision-based proposed models of sign language recognition using deep learning approaches from the last five years. While the overall trend of the proposed models indicates a significant improvement in recognition accuracy in sign language recognition, there are some challenges yet that need to be solved. We present a taxonomy to categorize the proposed models for isolated and continuous sign language recognition, discussing applications, datasets, hybrid models, complexity, and future lines of research in the field.  
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Author Ricardo Dario Perez Principi; Cristina Palmero; Julio C. S. Jacques Junior; Sergio Escalera edit   pdf
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  Title On the Effect of Observed Subject Biases in Apparent Personality Analysis from Audio-visual Signals Type Journal Article
  Year (down) 2021 Publication IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing Abbreviated Journal TAC  
  Volume 12 Issue 3 Pages 607-621  
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  Abstract Personality perception is implicitly biased due to many subjective factors, such as cultural, social, contextual, gender and appearance. Approaches developed for automatic personality perception are not expected to predict the real personality of the target, but the personality external observers attributed to it. Hence, they have to deal with human bias, inherently transferred to the training data. However, bias analysis in personality computing is an almost unexplored area. In this work, we study different possible sources of bias affecting personality perception, including emotions from facial expressions, attractiveness, age, gender, and ethnicity, as well as their influence on prediction ability for apparent personality estimation. To this end, we propose a multi-modal deep neural network that combines raw audio and visual information alongside predictions of attribute-specific models to regress apparent personality. We also analyse spatio-temporal aggregation schemes and the effect of different time intervals on first impressions. We base our study on the ChaLearn First Impressions dataset, consisting of one-person conversational videos. Our model shows state-of-the-art results regressing apparent personality based on the Big-Five model. Furthermore, given the interpretability nature of our network design, we provide an incremental analysis on the impact of each possible source of bias on final network predictions.  
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