Three-View Surveillance Video Based Face Modeling for Recogniton

  title={Three-View Surveillance Video Based Face Modeling for Recogniton},
  author={S. Von Duhn and M. J. Ko and L. Yin and T. Hung and Xiaozhou Wei},
  journal={2007 Biometrics Symposium},
3D face recognition has been researched intensively in recent decades. Most 3D data (so called range facial data) are obtained from 3D range imaging systems. Such data representations have been proven effective for face recognition in 3D space. However, obtaining such data requires subject cooperation in a constrained environment, which is not practical for many real applications of video surveillance. It is therefore in high demand to use regular video cameras to generate 3D face models for… Expand
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