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Face recognition from a single image per person: A survey

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Face recognition from a single image per person: A survey
One of the main challenges faced by the current face recognition techniques lies in the difficulties of collecting samples. Fewer samples per person mean less laborious effort for collecting them, lower cost for storing and processing them. Unfortunately, many reported face recognition techniques rely heavily on the size and representative of training set, and most of them will suffer serious performance drop or even fail to work if only one training sample per person is available to the systems. This situation is called "one sample per person" problem: given a stored database of faces, the goal is to identify a person from the database later in time in any different and unpredictable poses, lighting, etc. from just one image. Such a task is very challenging for most current algorithms due to the extremely limited representative of training sample. Numerous techniques have been developed to attack this problem, and the purpose of this paper is to categorize and evaluate thes...
Xiaoyang Tan, Songcan Chen, Zhi-Hua Zhou, Fuyan Zh
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where PR
Authors Xiaoyang Tan, Songcan Chen, Zhi-Hua Zhou, Fuyan Zhang
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