Improving Multi-scale Face Recognition Using VGGFace2

@inproceedings{Massoli2019ImprovingMF,
  title={Improving Multi-scale Face Recognition Using VGGFace2},
  author={Fabio Valerio Massoli and Giuseppe Amato and F. Falchi and Claudio Gennaro and Claudio Vairo},
  booktitle={ICIAP Workshops},
  year={2019}
}
Convolutional neural networks have reached extremely high performances on the Face Recognition task. These models are commonly trained by using high-resolution images and for this reason, their discrimination ability is usually degraded when they are tested against low-resolution images. Thus, Low-Resolution Face Recognition remains an open challenge for deep learning models. Such a scenario is of particular interest for surveillance systems in which it usually happens that a low-resolution… 

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