Multi-view face recognition from single RGBD models of the faces
School of Economics and Business Administration
Publication / Conference / Sponsorship
Computer Vision and Image Understanding
This work takes important steps towards solving the following problem of current interest: Assuming that each individual in a population can be modeled by a single frontal RGBD face image, is it possible to carry out face recognition for such a population using multiple 2D images captured from arbitrary viewpoints? Although the general problem as stated above is extremely challenging, it encompasses subproblems that can be addressed today. The subproblems addressed in this work relate to: (1) Generating a large set of viewpoint dependent face images from a single RGBD frontal image for each individual; (2) using hierarchical approaches based on view-partitioned subspaces to represent the training data; and (3) based on these hierarchical approaches, using a weighted voting algorithm to integrate the evidence collected from multiple images of the same face as recorded from different viewpoints. We evaluate our methods on three datasets: a dataset of 10 people that we created and two publicly available datasets which include a total of 48 people. In addition to providing important insights into the nature of this problem, our results show that we are able to successfully recognize faces with accuracies of 95% or higher, outperforming existing state-of-the-art face recognition approaches based on deep convolutional neural networks.
Face recognition, Depth cameras, Manifold representations, Multi-view face recognition, RGBD models, Deep convolutional neural networks, Deep learning
Business | Economics
Kim, D., Comandur, B., Medeiros,H., Elfiky, N.M., & Kak, A.C. (2017). Multi-View Face Recognition from Single RGBD Models of the Faces. Computer Vision and Image Understanding, 160, 114-132.
Kim, Donghun; Comandur, Bharath; Medeiros, Henry; Elfiky, Noha M.; and Kak, Avinash C.. Multi-view face recognition from single RGBD models of the faces (2017). Computer Vision and Image Understanding. 160, 114-132. 10.1016/j.cviu.2017.04.008 [article]. https://digitalcommons.stmarys-ca.edu/school-economics-business-faculty-works/323