Robust Hausdorff distance measure for face recognition

  title={Robust Hausdorff distance measure for face recognition},
  author={E. P. Vivek and N. Sudha},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
Face is considered to be one of the biometrics in automatic person identification. The non-intrusive nature of face recognition makes it an attractive choice. For face recognition system to be practical, it should be robust to variations in illumination, pose and expression as humans recognize faces irrespective of all these variations. In this paper, an attempt to address these issues is made using a new Hausdorff distance-based measure. The proposed measure represent the gray values of pixels… CONTINUE READING
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