Enhancing the feature-based 3D deformable face recognition using hybrid PCA-NN

Cahyo Darujati, Supeno Mardi Susiki Nugroho, Deny Kurniawan, Mochamad Hariadi

Abstract


Facial recognition is one of the most important advancements in image processing. An important job is to build an automated framework with the same human capacity’s for recognizing face. The face is a complex 3D graphical model, and constructing a computational model is a challenging task. This paper aims at a facial detection technique focused on the coding and decoding of the facial feature object theory approach to data. One of the most natural and common principal component analysis (PCA) method. This approach transforms the face features into a minimal set of basic attributes, peculiarities, which are the critical components of the original learning image collection (or the training package). The proposed technique is a combination of the PCA system and the identification of components using the neural network (NN) feed-forward propagation method. This experiment proves that recognition of deformed 3D face is doable. By taking into account almost all forms of feature extraction and engineering, the NN yields a recognition score of 95%.


Keywords


3D deformable model; Facial recognition; Feature engineering; Neural network; Principal component analysis



DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v22.i1.pp%25p
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