Junho Yim

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Face recognition under viewpoint and illumination changes is a difficult problem, so many researchers have tried to solve this problem by producing the pose- and illumination- invariant feature. Zhu et al. [26] changed all arbitrary pose and illumination images to the frontal view image to use for the invariant feature. In this scheme, preserving identity(More)
Temporal information has useful features for recognizing facial expressions. However, to manually design useful features requires a lot of effort. In this paper, to reduce this effort, a deep learning technique, which is regarded as a tool to automatically extract useful features from raw data, is adopted. Our deep network is based on two different models.(More)
We propose an information-theoretic criterion, entropy estimate, for the joint alignment of a group of shape observations drawn from an unknown shape distribution. Employing a nonparametric density estimation technique with implicit shape representation, we minimize the entropy estimate with respect to the pose parameters of similarity transformations based(More)
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