A survey: face recognition techniques under partial occlusion

@article{Azeem2014ASF,
  title={A survey: face recognition techniques under partial occlusion},
  author={Aisha Azeem and Muhammad Sharif and Mudassar Raza and Marryam Murtaza},
  journal={Int. Arab J. Inf. Technol.},
  year={2014},
  volume={11},
  pages={1-10}
}
Systems that rely on face recognition biometric have gained great importance ever since terrorist threats imposed weakness among the implemented security systems. Other biometrics i.e., fingerprints or iris recognition is not trustworthy in such situations whereas face recognition is considered as a fine compromise. This survey illustrates different face recognition practices that laid foundations on the issue of partial occlusion dilemma where faces are disguised to cheat the security system… CONTINUE READING
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