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FACE SET CLASSIFICATION USING MAXIMALLY PROBABLE MUTUAL MODES.
O. Arandjelović and R. Cipolla
In this paper we consider face recognition from sets of face images and, in particular, recognition invariance to illumination. The main contribution is an algorithm based on the novel concept of Maximally Probable Mutual Modes (MMPM). Specifically: (i) we discuss and derive a local manifold illumination invariant and (ii) show how the invariant naturally leads to a formulation of ``common modes'' of two face appearance distributions. Recognition is then performed by finding the most probable mode, which is shown to be an eigenvalue problem. The effectiveness of the proposed method is demonstrated empirically on a challenging database containing the total of 700 video sequences of 100 individuals.
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