This book discusses developments that have occurred recently in the field of the recognition and modeling of dynamic faces. It discusses the topics in neuroscience that are important for researchers in biological science, neuroscience, and computer science, as well as the psychophysics of dynamic face perception and computational models depicting how dynamic faces are processed in the brain. The book emphasizes that the principles used by the brain to recognize dynamic faces help to provide technical solutions in computer vision. Additionally, knowledge required for improving technical systems for the recognition and animation of dynamic faces has significance in the field of computer science.
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