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FERET (Face Recognition Technology) Recognition Algorithm Development and Test Results

FERET (Face Recognition Technology) Recognition Algorithm Development and Test Results,P. Jonathon Phillips,Patrick J. Rauss,Sandor Z. Der

FERET (Face Recognition Technology) Recognition Algorithm Development and Test Results   (Citations: 28)
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As part of the Face Recognition Technology (FERET) program, the U.S. ArmyResearch Laboratory (ARL) conducted supervised government tests and evaluationsof automatic face recognition algorithms. The goal of the tests was toprovide an independent method of evaluating algorithms and assessing thestate of the art in automatic face recognition. This report describes the designand presents the results of the August1994andMarch1995FERET tests. Resultsfor FERET tests administered by ARL between...
Published in 1996.
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    • ...FERET [18], Indian database and our own set of images...

    Iqbal Nouyedet al. Face recognition accuracy of Gabor phase representations at different ...

    • ...In both two case, the goal is not to obtain the best Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) [72] curve on a specific database of faces like the standard FERET [73][74] database or database MIT-CMU [48] (the de facto standard for comparison) but, since this detection is only for making the 3D face model tracking automatic, our aim is to produce a face detect in real time with good precision and the lowest False Positive rate...

    Marco Anisetti. Fast and robust Face Detection

    • ...PD has many variants besides IPD, such as freerider (or lift) problem, which is generated by eliminating Equation 2, where players take turns to receive sucker’s and temptation payoffs [11, 8]. Another important variant is N–player IPD, in which, payoff of a player depends on more than one player [14]...
    • ...<{[SECTION]}>2000. [14] X. Yao and P. J. Darwen...
    • ...The standard FERET database and the FERET Evaluation Methodology were used to represent the experimental results and to compare the performance of different approaches [12-14]...
    • ...The FERET database (FacE REcognition Technology) is a standard set of face images collected by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) from 1993 to 1997 [12-14]...
    • ...These include frontal views (shortly named as fa,fb), left and right profiles (pl,pr), left and right half profiles (hl,hr), and left and right quarter profiles (ql,qr) [14]...
    • ...The remaining categories consist of electronically-altered frontal images with changes in illumination and reductions in scale [14]...

    Akin Günayet al. Message from the Editor-in-Chief

    • ...There are many existing databases containing face images under controlled conditions, FERET [1], CMU PIE [2], ORL [3], Yale Database [4], UMIST [5]...

    Rodney Gohet al. The CMU Face In Action (FIA) Database

    • ...This format actually parallels that used in Phillips et al. (1996)...
    • ...noted that direct comparison of the results in Fig. 22 to those in Phillips et al. (1996) may not be very informative because they were not obtained on the same database.3...

    Ziad M. Hafedet al. Face Recognition Using the Discrete Cosine Transform

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