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This paper motivates and describes a novel realization of transductive inference that can address the Open Set face recognition task. Open Set operates under the assumption that not all the test probes have mates in the gallery. It either detects the presence of some biometric signature within the gallery and finds its identity or rejects it, i.e., it(More)
The localization capability of a mobile robot is central to basic navigation and map building tasks. We describe a probabilistic environment model which facilitates global localization scheme by means of location recognition. In the exploration stage the environment is partitioned into a class of locations, each characterized by a set of scale-invariant(More)
Motivated by recent approaches to object recognition, where objects are represented in terms of parts, we propose a new algorithm for selecting discriminative features based on strangeness measure. We will show that k-nearest neighbour strangeness can be used to measure the uncertainty of individual features with respect to the class labels and forms(More)
—Face recognition performance depends upon the input variability as encountered during biometric data capture including occlusion and disguise. The challenge met in this paper is to expand the scope and utility of biometrics by discarding unwarranted assumptions regarding the completeness and quality of the data captured. Towards that end we propose a(More)
This paper describes a novel application of Statistical Learning Theory (SLT) to single motion estimation and tracking. The problem of motion estimation can be related to statistical model selection, where the goal is to select one (correct) motion model from several possible motion models, given finite noisy samples. SLT, also known as Vapnik-Chervonenkis(More)
This paper describes a novel framework for the Open World face recognition problem, where one has to provide for the Reject option. Based upon algorithmic randomness and transduction, a particular form of induction, we describe the TCM-kNN (Transduction Confidence Machine – kNearest Neighbor) algorithm for Open World face recognition. The algorithm proposed(More)