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Title: A general framework for selecting biometric features for automatic user profiling
Authors: Tsapatsoulis, Nicolas 
Lanitis, Andreas 
Keywords: Computer science;Biometric identification;Semantics;Human-computer interaction;Classification;Databases
Category: Arts
Field: Humanities
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: IEEE Xplore
Source: 5th international workshop on semantic media adaptation and personalization, SMAP, 9-10 December, Limassol
Abstract: In automatic user profiling a number of features related to the user of a system are extracted in an attempt to deduct key information that can be used for adapting the interface and content of computer applications. In this context the identity, emotion, age and head orientation can provide important cues that enable efficient customization of the content of an application. In order to develop automated user profiling applications facial features are often used for providing the required information related to the user. A key issue that arises is the applicability of different facial features for different user profiling tasks. In this paper we present a generalized framework that can be used for quantifying the invariance of different facial features for different classification tasks assisting in that way the implementation of efficient adaptive user profiling in computer applications. Preliminary experimental results demonstrate the potential of the proposed method in selecting the most useful features for different tasks
DOI: 10.1109/SMAP.2010.5706843
Rights: © 2010 IEEE
Type: Conference Papers
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