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Integrated person identification using voice and facial features

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3 Author(s)
Chibelushi, C.C. ; Dept. of Electr. & Electron. Eng., Wales Univ., Swansea, UK ; Mason, J.S.D. ; Deravi, F.

Real-world automatic person recognition requires a consistently high recognition accuracy which is difficult to attain using a single recognition modality. This paper addresses the issue of person identification accuracy resulting from the combination of voice and outer lip-margin features. An assessment of feature fusion-based on audio-visual feature vector concatenation, principal component analysis, and linear discriminant analysis-is conducted. The paper shows that outer lip margins carry speaker identity cues. It is also shown that the joint use of voice and lip-margin features is equivalent to an effective increase in signal-to-noise ratio of the audio signal. Simple audio-visual feature vector concatenation is shown to be an effective method for feature combination, and linear discriminant analysis is shown to possess the capability of packing discriminating audio-visual information into fewer coefficients than principal component analysis

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Image Processing for Security Applications (Digest No.: 1997/074), IEE Colloquium on

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10 Mar 1997

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