Hard-Mining Loss based Convolutional Neural Network for Face Recognition

@inproceedings{Srivastava2020HardMiningLB,
  title={Hard-Mining Loss based Convolutional Neural Network for Face Recognition},
  author={Yash Srivastava and Vaishnav Murali and Shiv Ram Dubey},
  booktitle={CVIP},
  year={2020}
}
Face Recognition is one of the prominent problems in the computer vision domain. Witnessing advances in deep learning, significant work has been observed in face recognition, which touched upon various parts of the recognition framework like Convolutional Neural Network (CNN), Layers, Loss functions, etc. Various loss functions such as Cross-Entropy, Angular-Softmax and ArcFace have been introduced to learn the weights of network for face recognition. However, these loss functions are not able… Expand
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