1st Edition

Two- and Three-Dimensional Patterns of the Face




ISBN 9781568810874
Published June 15, 1999 by A K Peters/CRC Press
272 Pages

 
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Book Description

The human face is perhaps the most familiar and easily recognized object in the world, yet both its three-dimensional shape and its two-dimensional images are complex and hard to characterize. This book develops the vocabulary of ridges and parabolic curves, of illumination eigenfaces and elastic warpings for describing the perceptually salient features of a face and its images. The book also explores the underlying mathematics and applies these mathematical techniques to the computer vision problem of face recognition, using both optical and range images.

Table of Contents

1. Faces from a Pattern-Theoretic Perspective 2. Overview of Approaches to Face Recognition 3. Modeling Variations in Illumination 4. Modeling Variations in Geometry 5. Recognition from Image Data 6. Parabolic Curves and Ridges on Surfaces 7. Sculpting a Surface 8. Finding Facial Features from Range Data 9. Recognition from Range Data 10. What's Next?

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Hallinan, Peter W.; Gordon, Gaile; Yuille, A. L.; Giblin, Peter; Mumford, David