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On solving the face recognition problem with one training sample per subject

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On solving the face recognition problem with one training sample per subject
The lack of adequate training samples and the considerable variations observed in the available image collections due to aging, illumination and pose variations are the two key technical barriers that appearance-based face recognition solutions have to overcome. It is a welldocumented fact that their performance deteriorates rapidly when the number of training samples is smaller than the dimensionality of the image space. This is especially true for face recognition applications where only one training sample per subject is available. In this paper, a recognition framework based on the concept of the so-called generic learning is introduced as an attempt to boost the performance of traditional appearance-based recognition solutions in the one training sample application scenario. Different from contemporary approaches, the proposed solution learns the intrinsic properties of the subjects to be recognized using a generic training database which consists of images from subjects other th...
Jie Wang, Kostas N. Plataniotis, Juwei Lu, Anastas
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where PR
Authors Jie Wang, Kostas N. Plataniotis, Juwei Lu, Anastasios N. Venetsanopoulos
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