Wavelet-Local binary pattern based face recognition

  title={Wavelet-Local binary pattern based face recognition},
  author={Azad Abdullah Ameen and Hardi M. M-Saleh and Zrar Kh. Abdul},
  booktitle={BIOINFORMATICS 2017},
Over the last twenty years face recognition has made immense progress based on statistical learning or subspace discriminant analysis. This paper investigates a technique to reduce features necessary for face recognition based on local binary pattern, which is constructed by applying wavelet transform into local binary pattern. The approach is evaluated in two ways: wavelet transform applied to the LBP features and wavelet transform applied twice on the original image and LBP features. The… 

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