Published December 30, 2020 | Version v1
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Perception of Autism Spectrum Disorder Children by Envisaging Emotions from the Facial Images

  • 1. Research Scholar, Sri Padmavathi Visvavidyalayam, AP, India,
  • 2. Assistant Professor, Sri Padmavathi Visvavidyalayam, AP,
  • 1. Publisher


Image processing is a rapidly growing technology and is one among the thrust areas of research in Medical Fields, various Engineering disciplines, life Sciences and Scientific applications. Many technical applications have already adopted image processing and it plays a key role in predicting unknown or hidden facts easily and efficiently. Facial image processing is an innovative application of image processing and is being widely used in many applications successfully. Some of the applications are used for person identification, identifying authorized persons, identifying criminals and so on. As we all know that person’s emotion shows personality & behavior, moods where he or she expresses feelings by emotions maximum on face only. Facial expression can also be used in various fields like emotion recognition, market analysis, prediction neurological disorder percentage, psychological problems and so on. So, it has become an emerging research area to study. Neurological disorder is a more complicated disease because it affects both physical body and mental body. In this paper a new methodology is proposed using optimized deep learning methods to predict ASD in children of age 1 to 10 years. Proposed model performance is tested on ASD children and normal children facial image dataset collected from Kaggle datasets and also tested on dataset collected from autism parents’ face book group. Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) is applied on extracted face landmarks using optimization techniques, dropout, batch normalization and parameter updating. Most significant six types of emotions are considered for analysis in predicting ASD children accurately.



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