Verifying a user in a personal face space


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Tao, Q. and Veldhuis, R.N.J. (2006) Verifying a user in a personal face space. In: Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision (ICARCV), 05-08 Dec 2006, Singapore, Malaysia (pp. pp. 197-200).

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Abstract:For user verification on a personal digital assistant
(PDA), a fast and simple system is developed. In the enrollment
phase, face detection and registration are done by a Viola-Jones
based method, taking advantage of its accuracy and speed. The
face feature vectors obtained this way are then used to build up a
face space specific to the user by principal component analysis
(PCA). Furthermore, the face variations caused by small
registration shifts are also modeled, in order to better capture the
variation in the face space, and simplify the enrollment. Current
experiments show that this system is fast, efficient, and accurate.
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