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Low Resolution single Neural Network Based Face Recognition

By Jahan Zeb, Muhammad Younus Javed and Usman Qayyum

Abstract

face recognition using neural network (recognition classifier) on lowresolution images. The proposed system contains two parts, preprocessing and face classification. The preprocessing part converts original images into blurry image using average filter and equalizes the histogram of those image (lighting normalization). The bi-cubic interpolation function is applied onto equalized image to get resized image. The resized image is actually low-resolution image providing faster processing for training and testing. The preprocessed image becomes the input to neural network classifier, which uses backpropagation algorithm to recognize the familiar faces. The crux of proposed algorithm is its beauty to use single neural network as classifier, which produces straightforward approach towards face recognition. The single neural network consists of three layers with Log sigmoid, Hyperbolic tangent sigmoid and Linear transfer function respectively. The training function, which is incorporated in our work, is Gradient descent with momentum (adaptive learning rate) back propagation. The proposed algorithm was trained on ORL (Olivetti Research Laboratory) database with 5 training images. The empirical results provide the accuracy of 94.50%, 93.00 % and 90.25 % for 20, 30 and 40 subjects respectively, with time delay of 0.0934 sec per image. Keywords—Average filtering, Bicubic Interpolation, Neurons, vectorization

Year: 2011
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