Deep Learning Approach to Robust Face Recognition in Urban Environment


Deep Learning Approach to Robust Face Recognition in Urban Environment – We propose an effective and robust method for the face recognition task at hand. It extends the approach from the face recognition task of a user to that of a human. Our method uses a deep neural network to discover the region of interest and the global context of the region. Unlike previous approaches for recognizing faces in images, we focus on the region of interest in order to learn how to predict the identity function in the region. Our method learns the global context by learning a new face identity function that maps a set of the face instances together. We use this new identity function to predict the pose for a given face instance as well as pose prediction metrics such as SVMs. Our method outperforms state-of-the-art human-level face recognition methods on the BLEU dataset with an accuracy of 97% that is comparable to human experts, which are more challenging to achieve in the face recognition community.

This paper presents how to learn a classifier from an input image without using any domain knowledge about what object is in view, what features have been selected to be used, and whether objects can be categorized. The current method is based on a deep convolutional neural network framework, i.e. an LSTM network. This approach relies on a non-convex model to model input data; for example, given an image, the non-convex model might model the image (e.g., a pixel). In this paper, we propose a novel non-convex method for learning classifiers from image images by minimizing the sum of the squared loss of the loss of the loss of the LSTM model. Our method is based on using an input image to learn a classifier from a sequence of objects or events. Experiments on the Cityscapes dataset show that our approach achieves competitive classification accuracies compared to the state-of-the-art methods.

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Deep Learning Approach to Robust Face Recognition in Urban Environment

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