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Face Identification by Deformation Measure

Abstract : This paper studies the problem of face identification for the particular application of an automatic cash machine withdrawal: the problem is to decide if a person identifying himself by a secret code is the same person registered in the database. The identification process consists of three main stages. The localization of salient features is obtained by using morphological operators and spatio-temporal information. The location of these features are used to achieve a normalization of the face image with regard to the corresponding face in the database. Facial features, such as eyes, mouth and nose, are extracted by an active contour model which is able to incorporate information about the global shape of each object. Finally, the identification is achieved by face warping including a deformation measure.
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Bertrand Leroy, Isabelle Herlin, Laurent D. Cohen. Face Identification by Deformation Measure. Proceedings of the International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Aug 1996, Vienne, Austria. pp.633-637, ⟨10.1109/ICPR.1996.547023⟩. ⟨inria-00532690⟩



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