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Determining Discriminative Anatomical Point Pairings Using Adaboost For 3d Face Recognition

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Determining Discriminative Anatomical Point Pairings Using Adaboost For 3d Face Recognition
In this paper, we present a novel method for 3D face recognition using adaboosted geodesic distance features. Firstly, a generic model is finely conformed to each face model contained within a 3D face dataset. Secondly, the geodesic distance between anatomical point pairs are computed across each conformed generic model. Adaboost then generates a strong-classifier based on a collection of geodesic distances that are most discriminative for face recognition. Experiments conducted on the Face Recognition Grand Challenge (FRGC) database D collection indicate that the system can achieve over a 95% rank-one recognition rate.
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Year 2009
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