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A Review of Active Appearance Models
By: Dacheng Tao; Xuelong Li; Ya Su; Xinbo Gao;
2010 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' A Review of Active Appearance Models ' Active appearance model (AAM) is a powerful generative method for modeling deformable objects. The model decouples the shape and the texture variations of objects, which is followed by an efficient gradient-based model fitting method. Due to the flexible and simple framework, AAM has been widely applied in the fields of computer vision. However, difficulties are met when it is applied to various practical issues, which lead to a lot of prominent improvements to the model. Nevertheless, these difficulties and improvements have not been studied systematically. This motivates us to review the recent advances of AAM. This paper focuses on the improvements in the literature in turns of the problems suffered by AAM in practical applications. Therefore, these algorithms are summarized from three aspects, i.e., efficiency, discrimination, and robustness. Additionally, some applications and implementations of AAM are also enumerated. The main purpose of this paper is to serve as a guide for further research.
Active Appearance Models
Deformable Object Modeling
Gradient-based Model Fitting Method
Active Appearance Model
Principal Component Analysis
Active Shape Model
Biomedical Optical Imaging
Real Time Systems
Active Appearance Model (aam)
Signal Processing And Analysis
Object Texture Variations