VN-GAN: Identity-preserved Variation Normalizing GAN for Gait Recognition
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- Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 2019, 2019-July
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© 2019 IEEE. Gait is recognized as a unique biometric characteristic to identify a walking person remotely across surveillance networks. However, the performance of gait recognition severely suffers challenges from view angle diversity. To address the problem, an identity-preserved Variation Normalizing Generative Adversarial Network (VN-GAN) is proposed for learning purely identity-related representations. It adopts a coarse-to-fine manner which firstly generates initial coarse images by normalizing view to an identical one and then refines the coarse images by injecting identity-related information. In specific, Siamese structure with discriminators for both camera view angles and human identities is utilized to achieve variation normalization and identity preservation of two stages, respectively. In addition to discriminators, reconstruction loss and identity-preserving loss are integrated, which forces the generated images to be the same in view and to be discriminative in identity. This ensures to generate identity-related images in an identical view of good visual effect for gait recognition. Extensive experiments on benchmark datasets demonstrate that the proposed VN-GAN can generate visually interpretable results and achieve promising performance for gait recognition.
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