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Indian Masked Faces in the Wild Dataset

  title={Indian Masked Faces in the Wild Dataset},
  author={Shiksha Mishra and Puspita Majumdar and Richa Singh and Mayank Vatsa},
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, wearing face masks has become a mandate in public places worldwide. Face masks occlude a significant portion of the facial region. Additionally, people wear different types of masks, from simple ones to ones with graphics and prints. These pose new challenges to face recognition algorithms. Researchers have recently proposed a few masked face datasets for designing algorithms to overcome the challenges of masked face recognition. However, existing datasets lack the… Expand

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