Eight Years of Face Recognition Research: Reproducibility, Achievements and Open Issues

@article{Pereira2022EightYO,
  title={Eight Years of Face Recognition Research: Reproducibility, Achievements and Open Issues},
  author={Tiago de Freitas Pereira and Dominic Schimdli and Yu-Wei Linghu and Xinyi Zhang and S{\'e}bastien Marcel and Manuel G{\"u}nther},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2208.04040}
}
Automatic face recognition is a research area with high popularity. Many different face recognition algorithms have been proposed in the last thirty years of intensive research in the field. With the popularity of deep learning and its capability to solve a huge variety of different problems, face recognition researchers have concentrated ef-fort on creating better models under this paradigm. From the year 2015, state-of-the-art face recognition has been rooted in deep learning models. Despite the… 

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