1 April 2001 Access control: adaptation and real-time implantation of a face recognition method
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Optical Engineering, 40(4), (2001). doi:10.1117/1.1355256
Abstract
An improvement of a face recognition method is proposed. The goal is to develop easy-to-use access control software, allowing personal-computer or building access control with minimal constraints for the users. This approach requires a high-speed classification method (about 8 images/s) and a high global recognition rate. We obtain good results using a method derived from principal-component analysis, a geometric transformation of the feature space, and a fast decision algorithm.
Johel Miteran, Jean-Philippe Zimmer, Fan Yang, Michel Paindavoine, "Access control: adaptation and real-time implantation of a face recognition method," Optical Engineering 40(4), (1 April 2001). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1355256
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