Statistical survey and comprehensive review on human skin detection

Hussein Ali Hussein Al Naffakh, Rozaida Ghazali, Nidhal Khdhair El Abbadi

Abstract


With the advancement of data society today, pictures have turned out to be increasingly imperative. Automatic detection of human skin has been an area of active research for the past few years. Human skin detection assumes a vital job in a wide scope of picture preparing applications going from face detection, steganography, face tracking, age detection, discover pornographic images, the discovery of skin diseases gesture analysis and substance based picture recovery frameworks and to different human PC association spaces. Detecting human skin in complex pictures have ended up being a difficult issue since skin shading can fluctuate drastically in its appearance because of numerous variables, for example, illumination, race, maturing, imaging conditions, and complex foundation. In this study, we will study and analyze skin researches, where we will treat the weakness of previous research of survey on human skin detection methods. The reason for this investigation is to give a state-of-the-art study on human skin molding and detection methods in 1998-2019 periods. Furthermore, this research presented the statistical study for each issue stated before. We finish up with a few ramifications for a future course. Study results will benefit all researchers who are interested in human skin detection topic.

Keywords


Color space; Dataset; Skin color modeling; Skin detection; Skin segmentation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v10i1.2486

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