Face Recognition by Incremental Learning for Robotic Interaction

Face Recognition by Incremental Learning for Robotic Interaction
Title:
Face Recognition by Incremental Learning for Robotic Interaction
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Multimedia Signal Processing, 2002 IEEE Workshop on
Publication Date:
09 November 2002
Citation:
Weimin Huang; Benghai Lee; Rajapakse, M.; Liyuan Li, "Face recognition by incremental learning for robotic interaction," in Multimedia Signal Processing, 2002 IEEE Workshop on , vol., no., pp.280-283, 9-11 Dec. 2002
Abstract:
One of the important features for human-robot interaction is its ability to recognize human faces. This paper presents a novel architecture suitable for real time robotic face recognition by learning a person's face incrementally. The Gabor features at respective feature locations of a face are used to derive a similarity measurement. A face tracking followed by a clustering technique is used to learn a person's face appearance variance when the system interacts with the person. The recognition by learning proposed in this paper is similar to the partial memory incremental learning method, where we proposed a novel approach to the learning and updating process. Experiment shows significant improvement in the face recognition performance after learning over the time and with more interaction between a person and the system.
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0-7803-7713-3
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