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Robinson, Joseph P., Shao, Ming, Wu, Yue, Fu, Yun.  2016.  Families in the Wild (FIW): Large-Scale Kinship Image Database and Benchmarks. Proceedings of the 2016 ACM on Multimedia Conference. :242–246.

We present the largest kinship recognition dataset to date, Families in the Wild (FIW). Motivated by the lack of a single, unified dataset for kinship recognition, we aim to provide a dataset that captivates the interest of the research community. With only a small team, we were able to collect, organize, and label over 10,000 family photos of 1,000 families with our annotation tool designed to mark complex hierarchical relationships and local label information in a quick and efficient manner. We include several benchmarks for two image-based tasks, kinship verification and family recognition. For this, we incorporate several visual features and metric learning methods as baselines. Also, we demonstrate that a pre-trained Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) as an off-the-shelf feature extractor outperforms the other feature types. Then, results were further boosted by fine-tuning two deep CNNs on FIW data: (1) for kinship verification, a triplet loss function was learned on top of the network of pre-train weights; (2) for family recognition, a family-specific softmax classifier was added to the network.

Robinson, Joseph P., Shao, Ming, Zhao, Handong, Wu, Yue, Gillis, Timothy, Fu, Yun.  2017.  Recognizing Families In the Wild (RFIW): Data Challenge Workshop in Conjunction with ACM MM 2017. Proceedings of the 2017 Workshop on Recognizing Families In the Wild. :5–12.

Recognizing Families In the Wild (RFIW) is a large-scale, multi-track automatic kinship recognition evaluation, supporting both kinship verification and family classification on scales much larger than ever before. It was organized as a Data Challenge Workshop hosted in conjunction with ACM Multimedia 2017. This was achieved with the largest image collection that supports kin-based vision tasks. In the end, we use this manuscript to summarize evaluation protocols, progress made and some technical background and performance ratings of the algorithms used, and a discussion on promising directions for both research and engineers to be taken next in this line of work.

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Wu, Yue.  2016.  Facial Landmark Detection and Tracking for Facial Behavior Analysis. Proceedings of the 2016 ACM on International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval. :431–434.

The face is the most dominant and distinct communication tool of human beings. Automatic analysis of facial behavior allows machines to understand and interpret a human's states and needs for natural interactions. This research focuses on developing advanced computer vision techniques to process and analyze facial images for the recognition of various facial behaviors. Specifically, this research consists of two parts: automatic facial landmark detection and tracking, and facial behavior analysis and recognition using the tracked facial landmark points. In the first part, we develop several facial landmark detection and tracking algorithms on facial images with varying conditions, such as varying facial expressions, head poses and facial occlusions. First, to handle facial expression and head pose variations, we introduce a hierarchical probabilistic face shape model and a discriminative deep face shape model to capture the spatial relationships among facial landmark points under different facial expressions and face poses to improve facial landmark detection. Second, to handle facial occlusion, we improve upon the effective cascade regression framework and propose the robust cascade regression framework for facial landmark detection, which iteratively predicts the landmark visibility probabilities and landmark locations. The second part of this research applies our facial landmark detection and tracking algorithms to facial behavior analysis, including facial action recognition and face pose estimation. For facial action recognition, we introduce a novel regression framework for joint facial landmark detection and facial action recognition. For head pose estimation, we are working on a robust algorithm that can perform head pose estimation under facial occlusion.

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Xue, Hong, Wang, Jingxuan, Zhang, Miao, Wu, Yue.  2019.  Emergency Severity Assessment Method for Cluster Supply Chain Based on Cloud Fuzzy Clustering Algorithm. 2019 Chinese Control Conference (CCC). :7108–7114.

Aiming at the composite uncertainty characteristics and high-dimensional data stream characteristics of the evaluation index with both ambiguity and randomness, this paper proposes a emergency severity assessment method for cluster supply chain based on cloud fuzzy clustering algorithm. The summary cloud model generation algorithm is created. And the multi-data fusion method is applied to the cloud model processing of the evaluation indexes for high-dimensional data stream with ambiguity and randomness. The synopsis data of the emergency severity assessment indexes are extracted. Based on time attenuation model and sliding window model, the data stream fuzzy clustering algorithm for emergency severity assessment is established. The evaluation results are rationally optimized according to the generalized Euclidean distances of the cluster centers and cluster microcluster weights, and the severity grade of cluster supply chain emergency is dynamically evaluated. The experimental results show that the proposed algorithm improves the clustering accuracy and reduces the operation time, as well as can provide more accurate theoretical support for the early warning decision of cluster supply chain emergency.