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SCface – surveillance cameras face database
In this paper we describe a database of static images of human faces. Images were taken in uncontrolled indoor environment using five video surveillance cameras of various qualities. DatabaseExpand
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CoMoFoD — New database for copy-move forgery detection
Due to the availability of many sophisticated image processing tools, a digital image forgery is nowadays very often used. One of the common forgery method is a copy-move forgery, where part of anExpand
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Independent comparative study of PCA, ICA, and LDA on the FERET data set
Face recognition is one of the most successful applications of image analysis and understanding and has gained much attention in recent years. Various algorithms were proposed and research groupsExpand
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Performance analysis of image compression using wavelets
The aim of this paper is to examine a set of wavelet functions (wavelets) for implementation in a still image compression system and to highlight the benefit of this transform relating to today'sExpand
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VCL@FER image quality assessment database
In this paper we present new image quality database which consists of four degradation types: JPEG, JPEG2000, White noise and Gaussian blur. Results for five commonly used objective quality measuresExpand
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Face recognition in JPEG and JPEG2000 compressed domain
In this paper we investigate the potential of performing face recognition in JPEG and JPEG2000 compressed domain. This is achieved by avoiding full decompression and using transform coefficients asExpand
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Statistics in face recognition: analyzing probability distributions of PCA, ICA and LDA performance results
In this paper we address the issue of evaluating face recognition algorithms using descriptive statistical tools. By using permutation methodology in a Monte Carlo sampling procedure, we investigateExpand
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Image compression using wavelets
The discrete wavelet transform (DWT) represents images as a sum of wavelet functions (wavelets) on different resolution levels. The basis for the wavelet transform can be composed of any functionExpand
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Dynamic spectrum access in cognitive radio
In recent years, demand for wireless communication services has grown far beyond earlier predictions, raising serious concerns about future radio spectrum shortages. Current spectrum managementExpand
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