Recognizing Disguised Faces: Human and Machine Evaluation

@inproceedings{Dhamecha2014RecognizingDF,
  title={Recognizing Disguised Faces: Human and Machine Evaluation},
  author={Tejas I. Dhamecha and Richa Singh and Mayank Vatsa and Ajay Kumar},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Face verification, though an easy task for humans, is a long-standing open research area. This is largely due to the challenging covariates, such as disguise and aging, which make it very hard to accurately verify the identity of a person. This paper investigates human and machine performance for recognizing/verifying disguised faces. Performance is also evaluated under familiarity and match/mismatch with the ethnicity of observers. The findings of this study are used to develop an automated… CONTINUE READING
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