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Facial Expression Classification Using Fusion of Deep Neural Network in Video
For computers to recognize human emotions, expression classification is an equally important problem in the human-computer interaction area. In the 3rd Affective Behavior Analysis In-The-Wild competition, the task of expression classification includes eight classes with six basic expressions of human faces from videos. In this paper, we employ a transformer mechanism to encode the robust representation from the backbone. Fusion of the robust representations plays an important role in the expression classification task. Our approach achieves 30.35% and 28.60% for the F1 score on the validation set and the test set, respectively. This result shows the effectiveness of the proposed architecture based on the Aff-Wild2 dataset and our team archives 5th for the expression classification task in the 3rd Affective Behavior Analysis In-The-Wild competition.