Face recognition based on texture information and geodesic distance approximations between multivariate normal distributions

@inproceedings{Dodson2018FaceRB,
  title={Face recognition based on texture information and geodesic distance approximations between multivariate normal distributions},
  author={Christopher C. Dodson and John Soldera and Jacob Scharcanski},
  year={2018}
}
Geodesic distance is a natural dissimilarity measure between probability distributions of a specific type, and can be used to discriminate texture in image-based measurements. Furthermore, since there is no known closed-form solution for the geodesic distance between general multivariate normal distributions, we propose two efficient approximations to be used as texture dissimilarity metrics in the context of face recognition. A novel face recognition approach based on texture… CONTINUE READING

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