Cortical 3D Face Recognition Framework

Abstract

Empirical studies concerning face recognition suggest that faces may be stored in memory by a few canonical representations. In cortical area V1 exist double-opponent colour blobs, also simple, complex and end-stopped cells which provide input for a multiscale line/edge representation, keypoints for dynamic routing and saliency maps for Focus-of-Attention… (More)

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@inproceedings{Rodrigues2011Cortical3F, title={Cortical 3D Face Recognition Framework}, author={Jo{\~a}o M. F. Rodrigues and Roberto Lam and Jinsong Du}, year={2011} }