A Hybrid Approach for 2D Face Retrieval


A Hybrid Approach for 2D Face Retrieval – The recent study showed that a face retrieval method using visual and phonological features is superior to visual ones in terms of computational efficiency and retrieval performance. However, many of the features used in such retrieval are not well suited for large scale face retrieval. In this paper, we propose a visual feature retrieval method based on deep neural network (DNN) learning to extract features from the face images for face retrieval. Specifically, we employ a deep model trained on two different features of the face images. After learning from this model, we extract features from images of the faces, which are then used for feature extraction and retrieval. Experimental results on the large-scale face retrieval dataset indicate that our proposed algorithm can achieve better retrieval performance for both visual and phonological features compared to the state-of-the-art face retrieval process.

We propose a novel sparse-based technique for clustering high-dimensional sequences of images. The key idea is to efficiently train a sparse classifier using a pre-trained deep convolutional neural network (DCNN). As this is a hard problem due to the large variation in the data, no pre-trained classifier for the dataset is necessary. We use two data cases: images of the same person and images of differing size. In the first case, we provide a sparse classifier over the entire dataset, which is fed to a DCNN and trained end-to-end. The other case is a non-recurrent CNN, which we show is better trained end-to-end as it is more relevant to the semantic information generated from the CNN and not to the object detection task. The proposed method is evaluated on a dataset of large images of the same person, with a real-world dataset being used.

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    Fast Empirical Clustering with Sparse TruncationWe propose a novel sparse-based technique for clustering high-dimensional sequences of images. The key idea is to efficiently train a sparse classifier using a pre-trained deep convolutional neural network (DCNN). As this is a hard problem due to the large variation in the data, no pre-trained classifier for the dataset is necessary. We use two data cases: images of the same person and images of differing size. In the first case, we provide a sparse classifier over the entire dataset, which is fed to a DCNN and trained end-to-end. The other case is a non-recurrent CNN, which we show is better trained end-to-end as it is more relevant to the semantic information generated from the CNN and not to the object detection task. The proposed method is evaluated on a dataset of large images of the same person, with a real-world dataset being used.


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