Statistics-based Face Rendering and Its Application to Face Recognition

@inproceedings{Sim2002StatisticsbasedFR,
  title={Statistics-based Face Rendering and Its Application to Face Recognition},
  author={Terence Sim},
  year={2002}
}
Realistic rendering of human faces and robust face recognition are two topics that have wide applicability, ranging from video conferencing to entertainment to security systems. Consequently they have received much research attention in recent years. Many proposed techniques have advanced the state of the art: in terms of rendering, the synthesized face images are of such good quality as to be virtually indistinguishable from an actual photograph; while in terms of face recognition, current… CONTINUE READING

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