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State of the Art in Face Recognition

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State of the Art in Face Recognition
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Publisher: IN-TECH
ISBN-13: 9783902613424
Number of pages: 436

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Nearest feature classification for face recognition, subspace methods for face recognition, a multi-stage classifier for face recognition undertaken by coarse-to-fine strategy, PCA-ANN face recognition system based on photometric normalization techniques, online incremental face recognition system using eigenface feature and neural classifier, and more.

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