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Face Recognition Using 3-D Models: Pose and Illumination

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4 Author(s)
Romdhani, S. ; Comput. Sci. Dept., Basel Univ. ; Ho, J. ; Vetter, T. ; Kriegman, D.

Unconstrained illumination and pose variation lead to significant variation in the photographs of faces and constitute a major hurdle preventing the widespread use of face recognition systems. The challenge is to generalize from a limited number of images of an individual to a broad range of conditions. Recently, advances in modeling the effects of illumination and pose have been accomplished using three-dimensional (3-D) shape information coupled with reflectance models. Notable developments in understanding the effects of illumination include the nonexistence of illumination invariants, a characterization of the set of images of objects in fixed pose under variable illumination (the illumination cone), and the introduction of spherical harmonics and low-dimensional linear subspaces for modeling illumination. To generalize to novel conditions, either multiple images must be available to reconstruct 3-D shape or, if only a single image is accessible, prior information about the 3-D shape and appearance of faces in general must be used. The 3-D Morphable Model was introduced as a generative model to predict the appearances of an individual while using a statistical prior on shape and texture allowing its parameters to be estimated from single image. Based on these new understandings, face recognition algorithms have been developed to address the joint challenges of pose and lighting. In this paper, we review these developments and provide a brief survey of the resulting face recognition algorithms and their performance

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:94 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov. 2006

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