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FACS (Facial Action Coding System) - facial actual coding system

The Facial Action Coding System (FACS) refers to a set of facial muscle movements that correspond to a displayed emotion.Originally created by Carl-Herman Hjortsjö with 23 facial motion units in 1970, it was subsequently developed further by Paul Ekman, and Wallace Friesen.

The Facial Action Coding System (FACS) represents a fully standardized classification system of facial expressions based on anatomic features. Comparing the actual appearance of the face and the configuration of the features numerically with the normative databases provided by the facial expression engines, the classification algorithms.

The Facial Action Coding System (FACS) is a widely used protocol for recognizing and labelling facial expression by describing the movement of muscles of the face. FACS is used to objectively measure the frequency and intensity of facial expressions without assigning any emotional meaning to .

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Sep 18, 2012 · Facial Action Coding System, usually the abbreviation FACS is used. It is a methodology developed for the identification and classification of human facial expressions. It was developed by American psychologists Paul Ekman and Wallace V. Friesen in 1978.. FACS contains all possible combinations of activities of mimic muscles in the face, and each of them is assigned a specific emotion.3.3/5(23).