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Facial Recognition using Eigenfaces: References and Acknowledgements

Module by: Aron Yu, Catherine Elder, Jeff Yeh, Norman Pai. E-mail the authorsEdited By: Aron Yu, Catherine Elder, Jeff Yeh, Norman Pai

Summary: References and Acknowledgments

References and Acknowledgements

Team members:

  • Catherine Elder (cje1@rice.edu)
  • Norman Pai (nlp1@rice.edu)
  • Jeffrey Yeh (jwy1@rice.edu)
  • Yingbo “Aron” Yu (yy4@rice.edu)

We would like to thank Manjari Narayan, our advisor for this project, for all her help. Finally, we would like to thank professor Richard Baraniuk and Matthew Moravec for the opportunity to work on this project.

References

  1. Zhao, W. et al. "Face Recognition: A Literature Survey." ACM Computing Surveys, Vol. 35, No. 4, December 2003, pp. 399–458
  2. M. Turk and A. Pentland (1991). "Face recognition using eigenfaces". Proc. IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. pp. 586–591
  3. JAFFE image database – "Coding Facial Expressions with Gabor Wavelets”, Michael J. Lyons, Shigeru Akamatsu, Miyuki Kamachi, Jiro Gyoba < http://www.kasrl.org/jaffe.html>.
  4. “Introduction to Fourier Transforms for Image Processing.” <http://www.cs.unm.edu/~brayer/vision/fourier.html>.
  5. “Face Recognition Using Eigenfaces.” <http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~cdecoro/eigenfaces/>.
  6. Pissarenko, Dimitri. “Eigenface-based facial recognition.” <http://openbio.sourceforge.net/resources/eigenfaces/eigenfaces-html/facesOptions.html>.

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