Fair comparison of skin detection approaches on publicly available datasets

7 Feb 2018Alessandra LuminiLoris Nanni

Skin detection is the process of discriminating skin and non-skin regions in a digital image and it is widely used in several applications ranging from hand gesture analysis to track body parts and face detection. Skin detection is a challenging problem which has drawn extensive attention from the research community, nevertheless a fair comparison among approaches is very difficult due to the lack of a common benchmark and a unified testing protocol... (read more)

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