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    Title: Flexible Facial Morphing
    Authors: Yang-Ta Kao;Fu-Wen Yang;Hwei Jen Lin
    Keywords: active appearance model;AAM;image morphing;triangulation algorithm;linear interpolation;control points
    Date: 2015/10/21
    Issue Date: 2016-04-22 13:12:32 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers (K I I S E),Han'gug Jeongbo Gwahaghoe
    Abstract: In the paper, we propose a facial morphing system that uses the triangulation
    algorithm and linear interpolation associated with a set of indicated control points to introduce a
    sequence of intermediate images between the source image and the target image. The proposed
    system provides a guidance mode for the users so that they can follow the online instruction to
    mark each of the control points. With those control points the system can automatically perform
    triangulation algorithm and produce the intermediate images for morphing. The experimental
    results show that the proposed system is flexible to use and provides quite natural morphing
    results. In addition, the system has no limit to the shape, size, and plane rotation of the faces in
    both the source image and the target image.
    Relation: International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering 11(3), pp.312-321
    DOI: 10.1504/IJCSE.2015.072644
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