Robust Face Recognition via Adaptive Feature Reduction

Robust Face Recognition via Adaptive Feature Reduction – In this paper, we propose a novel deep convolution neural network architecture based on the joint representation of the learned feature vectors, and the joint loss of the learned representation. The learned representation is learned in a fully supervised manner, and the training data consists of a sparse representation of the face vectors (based on the first two representations), and a sparse representation of the face data. During training, the data is transferred to another image space, which is then transferred to a new image. The learning method is shown to converge to a smooth state, which makes the proposed architecture a flexible and robust end-to-end architecture to achieve large-scale face recognition tasks at extremely low computational costs. Experimental results demonstrate that using a single-layer network performs as good as using the entire network combined with the network of single images.

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Robust Face Recognition via Adaptive Feature Reduction

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