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Using a Markov Network to Recognize People in Consumer Images

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Using a Markov Network to Recognize People in Consumer Images
Markov networks are an effective tool for the difficult but important problem of recognizing people in consumer image collections. Given a small set of labeled faces, we seek to recognize the other faces in an image collection. The constraints of the problem are exploited when forming the Markov network edge potentials. Inference is also used to suggest faces for the user to label, minimizing the work on the part of the user. In one test set containing 4 individuals, an 86% recognition rate is achieved with only 3 labeled examples.
Andrew C. Gallagher, Tsuhan Chen
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICIP
Authors Andrew C. Gallagher, Tsuhan Chen
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