A survey of face recognition techniques and comparative study of various bi-modal and multi-modal techniques

@article{Kohli2016ASO,
  title={A survey of face recognition techniques and comparative study of various bi-modal and multi-modal techniques},
  author={Narendra Kohli and Rashi Agarwal and Anand Handa},
  journal={2016 11th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS)},
  year={2016},
  pages={274-279}
}
Face Recognition is one of the most demanding problems in computer vision and image processing. Face recognition techniques can be divided into following categories: methods which are applicable on intensified images; images derived from video sequences; and images that require three-dimensional information and data. In this paper, we have compared the various Bi-Modal and Multi-Modal techniques. Speech recognition is an essential component for various applications such as building interfaces… CONTINUE READING

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