Fast Frontal-View Face Detection Using a Multi-path Decision Tree

@inproceedings{Frba2003FastFF,
  title={Fast Frontal-View Face Detection Using a Multi-path Decision Tree},
  author={Bernhard Fr{\"o}ba and Andreas Ernst},
  booktitle={AVBPA},
  year={2003}
}
This paper presents a novel approach to the real-time detection of frontal faces in static grey images. The faces may be rotated in-plane from -60◦ to 60◦which suffices for most practical applications. The detector consists of a multi-path decision tree, with two different types of node classifiers. Each tree node has the capability to reject the current subwindow or to classify it in one out of 3 rotation classes. The node classifiers are designed so that most of the non-face locations are… CONTINUE READING

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