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Learning to Fuse 3D+2D Based Face Recognition at Both Feature and Decision Levels

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Learning to Fuse 3D+2D Based Face Recognition at Both Feature and Decision Levels
2D intensity images and 3D shape models are both useful for face recognition, but in different ways. While algorithms have long been developed using 2D or 3D data, recently has seen work on combining both into multi-modal face biometrics to achieve higher performance. However, the fusion of the two modalities has mostly been at the decision level, based on scores obtained from independent 2D and 3D matchers. In this paper, we propose a systematic framework for fusing 2D and 3D face recognition at both feature and decision levels, by exploring synergies of the two modalities at these levels. The novelties are the following. First, we propose to use Local Binary Pattern (LBP) features to represent 3D faces and present a statistical learning procedure for feature selection and classifier learning. This leads to a matching engine for 3D face recognition. Second, we propose a statistical learning approach for fusing 2D and 3D based face recognition at both feature and decision levels. Expe...
Stan Z. Li, ChunShui Zhao, Meng Ao, Zhen Lei
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where AMFG
Authors Stan Z. Li, ChunShui Zhao, Meng Ao, Zhen Lei
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