Gerson de Paulo Carlos

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Face recognition has received increased attention due to its application in biometrics and surveillance systems, emerging two main tasks, verification and identification of faces. The first one aims at accepting or rejecting an identity assigned to a correct face, whereas the second aims at, given an unknown probe face, finding the best identity to it from(More)
Approaches based on the construction of highly discriminative models, such as one-against-all classification schemes, have been employed successfully in face identification. However, their main drawback is the reduction in the scalability once the models for each individual depend on the remaining subjects. Therefore, when new subjects are enrolled, it is(More)
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