Spectral Regression dimension reduction for multiple features facial image retrieval

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Zhang, B
Gao, Y
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2012
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Face retrieval has received much attention in recent years. This paper comparatively studied five feature description methods for face representation, including Local Binary Pattern (LBP), Gabor feature, Gray Level Co-occurrence Matrices (GLCM), Pyramid Histogram of Oriented Gradient (PHOG) and Curvelet Transform (CT). The problem of large dimensionalities of the extracted features was addressed by employing a manifold learning method called Spectral Regression (SR). A fusion scheme was proposed by aggregating the distance metrics. Experiments illustrated that dimension reduced features are more efficient and the fusion scheme can offer much enhanced performance. A 98% rank 1 accuracy was obtained for the AR faces and 92% for the FERET faces.

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International Journal of Biometrics
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Biochemistry and cell biology
Computer vision
Theory of computation
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