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Inverse Compositional AAM

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This is a MATLAB implementation of inverse compositional Active Appearance Models (AAMs), as described in the "Active Appearance Models Revisited" paper by Iain Matthews and Simon Baker.

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Features

  • Inverse compositional AAM 2D training and fitting
  • Construction of 3D deformable models using a shape-from motion algorithm
  • Experimental support for contextual 3D shape fitting
  • Annotated image data included (under different licensing)
  • Capable of real-time performance

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    Excellent work! Essential for AAM developer.

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Intended Audience

Science/Research, Education, Developers, Engineering

Programming Language

MATLAB, C++

Registered

2011-01-13

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