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Unformatted text preview: INTRODUCTION TO INTRODUCTION TO FACE RECOGNITION FACE RECOGNITION Massimo Tistarelli Massimo Tistarelli Computer Vision Laboratory University of Sassari – Italy [email protected] COST 2101 Training School – April 30 ° 2007 Massimo Tistarelli 2 The Computer Vision Lab Started in 1990 at University of Genova Moved to Alghero, Sardinia in 2002 COST 2101 Training School – April 30 ° 2007 Massimo Tistarelli 3 The Computer Vision Lab COST 2101 Training School – April 30 ° 2007 Massimo Tistarelli 4 The Computer Vision Lab Computer Vision Research at UNISS Computer Vision Lab COST 2101 Training School – April 30 ° 2007 Massimo Tistarelli 5 The Computer Vision Lab Second European Conference on Computer Vision – ECCV 1992 – S. Margherita Ligure, Italy Int.l Workshop on Facial Image Analyisis and Recognition Technology – AFIART – May 1998 Freiburg, Germany Int.l Workshop on Biometric Authentication – June 2002 Copenhagen, Denmark Int.l Summer School for Advanced Studies on Biometrics: Authentication and Recognition – June 2-6 2003 Alghero, Italy Int.l Summer School for Advanced Studies on Biometrics: Multimodality and System Integration – June 6-10 2005 Alghero, Italy Int.l Summer School for Advanced Studies on Biometrics: New Sensors and Evaluation – June 12-16 2006 Alghero, Italy Int.l Summer School for Advanced Studies on Biometrics: New Technologies and Embedded Systems – June 11-15 2007 Alghero, Italy COST 2101 Training School – April 30 ° 2007 Massimo Tistarelli 6 Credits The laboratory staff: – Manuele Bicego – Linda Brodo – Enrico Grosso – Andrea Lagorio – Gavin Brelstaff – Dakshina Kisku – Ajita Rattani Prof. Anil Jain and Dr. Arun Ross for providing data and images as well as endless support. COST 2101 Training School – April 30 ° 2007 Massimo Tistarelli 7 Biometrics • Biometrics (as in statistics): “Statistical study of biological observations and phenomena” ( Webster ) • Biometrics (as in security industry): “A measurable, physical characteristic or personal behavioral trait used to recognize the identity, or verify the claimed identity, of an enrollee” • Biometric recognition : Personal recognition based on “who you are or what you do” as opposed to “what you know” ( password ) or “what you have” ( ID card ) COST 2101 Training School – April 30 ° 2007 Massimo Tistarelli 8 Most natural for humans Highly acceptable and non-intrusive Highly applicable: – Static identity verification – Uncontrolled face detection and identification from video Medium to Low performances Not unique (twins) Aging and time effects Why face recognition? COST 2101 Training School – April 30 ° 2007 Massimo Tistarelli 9 SIGNAL PROCESSING How face recognition?...
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