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Line-Based PCA and LDA Approaches for Face Recognition

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Line-Based PCA and LDA Approaches for Face Recognition
Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA) techniques are important and well-developed area of image recognition and to date many linear discrimination methods have been put forward. Despite these efforts, there persist in the traditional PCA and LDA some weaknesses. In this paper, we propose a new Line-based methodes called Line-based PCA and Line-based LDA that can outperform the traditional PCA and LDA methods. As opposed to conventional PCA and LDA, those new approaches are based on 2D matrices rather than 1D vectors. That is, we firstly divide the original image into blocks. Then, we transform the image into a vector of blocks. By using row vector to represent each block, we can get the new matrix which is the representation of the image. Finally PCA and LDA can be applied directly on these matrices. In contrast to the covariance matrices of traditional PCA and LDA approaches, the size of the image covariance matrices using new approaches are much sm...
Vo Dinh Minh Nhat, Sungyoung Lee
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICNC
Authors Vo Dinh Minh Nhat, Sungyoung Lee
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