The problem of extracting distinctive parts from a face is addressed. Rather than examining a priori specified features such as nose, eyes, month or others, the aim here is to extract from a face the most distinguishing or dissimilar parts with respect to another given face, i.e. finding differences between faces. A computational approach, based on log polar patch sampling and evaluation, has been compared with results obtained from a newly designed perceptual test involving 45 people. The results of the comparison confirm the potential of the proposed computational method.

Comparing faces: a computational and perceptual study / Brodo, Linda; Tistarelli, Massimo; Lagorio, Andrea; Grosso, Enrico. - (2006), pp. 188-191. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Proceedings of International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Application (VISAPP06).

Comparing faces: a computational and perceptual study

Brodo, Linda;Tistarelli, Massimo;Bicego, Manuele;Lagorio, Andrea;Grosso, Enrico;
2006

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The problem of extracting distinctive parts from a face is addressed. Rather than examining a priori specified features such as nose, eyes, month or others, the aim here is to extract from a face the most distinguishing or dissimilar parts with respect to another given face, i.e. finding differences between faces. A computational approach, based on log polar patch sampling and evaluation, has been compared with results obtained from a newly designed perceptual test involving 45 people. The results of the comparison confirm the potential of the proposed computational method.
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