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Multicultural Facial Expression Recognition Based on Differences of Western-Caucasian and East-Asian Facial Expressions of Emotions



Multicultural Facial Expression Recognition Based on Differences of Western-Caucasian and East-Asian Facial Expressions of Emotions



Ieice Transactions on Information and Systems E101.D(5): 1317-1324




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DOI: 10.1587/transinf.2017mvp0025


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