Discriminant Subspace Analysis for Uncertain Situation in Facial Recognition

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Recent Advances in Face Recognition, 2008, 1, pp. 161 - 182
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Facial analysis and recognition have received substential attention from researchers in biometrics, pattern recognition, and computer vision communities. They have a large number of applications, such as security, communication, and entertainment. Although a great deal of efforts has been devoted to automated face recognition systems, it still remains a challenging uncertainty problem. This is because human facial appearance has potentially of very large intra-subject variations of head pose, illumination, facial expression, occlusion due to other objects or accessories, facial hair and aging. These misleading variations may cause classifiers to degrade generalization performance.
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