Face Recognition Using Various Methods and Applications—Survey

Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 624)

Abstract

Face recognition has many significant applied presentations, like observation and access control. Facial recognition is disturbed through the difficulties of accurate verification face images and conveying them to individuals in a data set. This system is gradually being arranged in an extensive variety of real requests. In this document summary, various methods in all of these classes are provided and several of the difficulties handled by the recognition system are declared. This study prior technique in recognition of face has been a quick fast increasing, stimulating and stimulating field applications in real time. The huge amount of facial recognition procedures has been advanced in the last periods. In face recognition is in holistic advance, a total face object is reserved into an explanation as contribution records into the facial infectious network. Individual of the major instances of general techniques is eigenfaces. Characteristics-based techniques in these approaches basic characteristics such as nose, eye and mouth are initialling of all extract, and their positions are served into a structural classifier.

Keywords

Face recognition Feature-based approach Holistic methods and applications 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer ScienceChandigarh Group of CollegesMohaliIndia

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