Face Recognition Using Component-Based SVM Classification and Morphable Models

@inproceedings{Huang2002FaceRU,
  title={Face Recognition Using Component-Based SVM Classification and Morphable Models},
  author={Jennifer Huang and Volker Blanz and Bernd Heisele},
  booktitle={SVM},
  year={2002}
}
Motivation: As real-world applications for face recognition systems continue to increase, the need for an accurate, easily trainable recognition system becomes more pressing. Current systems (for a survey see e.g. [1]) have advanced to be fairly accurate in recognition under constrained scenarios, but extrinsic imaging parameters such as pose, illumination, and facial expression still cause much difficulty in correct recognition. 
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