Browsing by Author "Tiddeman, Bernie"

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  • Bugaighis, Iman; Mattick, Clare R.; Tiddeman, Bernie; Hobson, Ross (2013)
    Objectives To explore three-dimensional (3D) facial asymmetry differences in operated children with oral clefts and to compare the results with a control group. Setting and Sample Population The sample comprised one hundred ...
  • Bugaighis, Iman; Tiddeman, Bernie; Mattick, Clare R.; Hobson, Ross (2012)
    This prospective cross-sectional, case-controlled morphometric study assessed three dimensional (3D) facial morphological differences between average faces of 103 children aged 8–12 years; 40 with unilateral cleft lip and ...
  • Tiddeman, Bernie (Cambridge University Press, 2012-05-01)
    The rapid progress in digital image capture and computer processing power has provided new opportunities for the analysis and synthesis of facial shape and appearance. New algorithms have been developed to exploit these ...
  • Perrett, D. I.; Lobmaier, J. S.; Tiddeman, Bernie (2010-03-17)
    Gaze perception is an important social skill, as it portrays information about what another person is attending to. Gaze direction has been shown to affect interpretation of emotional expression. Here the authors investigate ...
  • Lobmaier, Janek S.; Tiddeman, Bernie; Perrett, David I. (2008-08-01)
    Gaze perception is an important social skill, as it portrays information about what another person is attending to. Gaze direction has been shown to affect interpretation of emotional expression. Here the authors investigate ...
  • Hunter, David; Tiddeman, Bernie; Perrett, David (Cambridge University Press, 2012-05-01)
    In this chapter we outline current research into face ageing and explore both computational methods and perceived results. We describe methods to digitally alter an image of a human face of known age, such that the image ...
  • Feinberg, D. R.; Main, J. C.; Little, A. C.; Welling, L. L. M.; DeBruine, L. M.; Tiddeman, Bernie; Jones, B. C. (2010-03-17)
    Responding appropriately to gaze cues is essential for fluent social interaction, playing a crucial role in social learning, collaboration, threat assessment and understanding others¿ intentions. Previous research has shown ...
  • Jones, Benedict C.; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Main, Julie C.; Little, Anthony C.; Welling, Lisa L. M.; Feinberg, David R.; Tiddeman, Bernie (2010-02-22)
    Responding appropriately to gaze cues is essential for fluent social interaction, playing a crucial role in social learning, collaboration, threat assessment and understanding others’ intentions. Previous research has shown ...
  • Tiddeman, Bernie; Yu, M. (2010-03-17)
    An international journal of algorithms, data structures and techniques for computer graphics and visualization, modeling, CAD & GIS systems, computer vision, image processing and pattern recognition, human computer ...
  • O'Connor, Jillian; Feinberg, David; Fraccaro, Paul; Borak, Diana; Tigue, Cara; Re, Daniel; Jones, Benedict; Little, Anthony; Tiddeman, Bernie (2012-04-01)
    Vocal and facial masculinity are cues to underlying testosterone in men and influence women’s mate preferences. Consistent with the proposal that facial and vocal masculinity signal common information about men, prior work ...
  • Hunter, David; Tiddeman, Bernie; Perrett, David I. (2012)
    Accurate estimation of the shape of human faces has many applications from the movie industry to psychological research. One well known method is to fit a Three Dimensional Morphable Model to a target image. This method ...
  • Coetzee, Vinet; Re, Daniel; Perrett, David I.; Tiddeman, Bernie; Xiao, Dengke (2011-03-01)
    Perceived facial adiposity plays an important role in perceptions of both facial attractiveness and health, but people might differentiate between the level of adiposity they find most attractive and healthy. The aim of ...
  • Seck, Alassane; Dee, Hannah Mary; Tiddeman, Bernie (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2013)
    In this paper we investigate methods for analysing 3D sur- face texture for automated facial skin health assessment. We propose a Texture Spectrum inspired method for analysing surface texture from normal maps. A number ...
  • Re, Daniel; Hunter, David; Coetzee, Vinet; Tiddeman, Bernie; Xiao, Dengke; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Jones, B. C.; Perrett, David I. (2013-12-04)
    Judgments of leadership ability from face images predict the outcomes of actual political elections and are correlated with leadership success in the corporate world. The specific facial cues that people use to judge ...
  • Morrison, Edward; Clark, Andrew; Tiddeman, Bernie; Penton-Voak, Ian (2010-12-01)
    Sexual dimorphism in the human face has been linked to attractiveness, and computer-graphic techniques have been useful in this field by allowing experimental manipulation of dimorphism. However, a limitation of much ...
  • Chen, J.; Tiddeman, Bernie (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2010-03-17)
    An efficient and robust facial feature detection and tracking system is presented in this paper. The system is capable of locating a human face automatically. Six facial feature points (pupils, nostrils and mouth corners) ...
  • Chen, J.; Tiddeman, Bernie (2010)
    An efficient and robust facial feature detection and tracking system under various illuminations is presented in this paper. A mixture of global and local illumination balance methods is proposed to compensate for the ...
  • Chen, Jingying; Zhang, Kun; Gong, Yujiao; Tiddeman, Bernie (2012-12-01)
    A robust facial feature tracking system using the Autoregressive model based prediction and the optical flow based motion detector is proposed in this paper to track six facial features, i.e., two pupils, nostrils and lip ...
  • Apicella, C. A.; Feinberg, D. R.; Little, A. C.; Jones, B. C.; Perrett, D. I.; Marlowe, F. W.; Waitt, C.; Tiddeman, Bernie (2010-03-18)
    Many animals both display and assess multiple signals. Two prominently studied traits are symmetry and sexual dimorphism, which, for many animals, are proposed cues to heritable fitness benefits. These traits are associated ...
  • Little, Anthony C.; Jones, Benedict C.; Waitt, Corri; Tiddeman, Bernie; Feinberg, David R.; Perrett, David I.; Apicella, Coren L.; Marlowe, Frank W. (2008-05-07)
    Background Many animals both display and assess multiple signals. Two prominently studied traits are symmetry and sexual dimorphism, which, for many animals, are proposed cues to heritable fitness benefits. These traits ...