A hybrid facial features extraction-based classification framework for typhlotic people

SaiTeja Chopparapu, Beatrice Seventline Joseph


Facial features play a vital role in the real-time cloud-based applications. Since, most of the conventional models are difficult to detect heterogeneous facial features due to high computational memory and time for the internet of things (IoT) based video surveillance mechanisms. Video based facial features identification and extraction include a large number of candidates features which are difficult to detect the contextual similarity of the facial key points due to noise and computational memory. In order to resolve these issues, a hybrid multiple features extraction measures are implemented on the real-time video dataset to extract key points using the cloud-based classifier. In this work, a hybrid classifier is used to classify the key facial points in the cloud computing environment. Experimental results show that the proposed hybrid multiple feature extraction-based frameworks have better computational efficiency in terms of error rate, recall, precision, and accuracy than the conventional models.


Classifier; Cloud computing; Facial features; Non linear SVM classifier; Video dataset

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v13i1.5628


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