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FACE RECOGNITION USING ELASTIC BUNCH GRAPH MATCHING

@inproceedings{Sandeep2015FACERU,
  title={FACE RECOGNITION USING ELASTIC BUNCH GRAPH MATCHING},
  author={R. Sandeep and D. Jayakumar},
  year={2015}
}
Traditional automatic face recognition methods focus on handling frontal face images. They cannot be directly applied to the pose-varied or non-frontal face images captured by non-intrusive video surveillance systems. The project presents a non-frontal face recognition algorithm based on Elastic Bunch Graph Matching (EBGM). The proposed method measures face similarity using facial features which are more robust to pose variation. Experimental results show that the proposed method can achieve a… 
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