2017. Similar to irises and fingerprints, pore-scale facial features are effective features for distinguishing human identities. Recently, the local feature extraction based on deep network architecture has been proposed, which needs a large dataset for training. However, there are no large databases for pore-scale facial features. Actually, it is hard to set up a large pore-scale facial-feature dataset, because the images from existing high-resolution face databases are uncalibrated and nonsynchronous, and human faces are nonrigid. To solve this problem, we propose a method to establish a large pore-to-pore correspondence dataset. We adopt Pore Scale-Invariant Feature Transform (PSIFT) to extract pore-scale facial features from face images, and use 3D Dense Face Alignment (3DDFA) to obtain a fitted 3D morphable model, which is constrained by matching keypoints. From our experiments, a large pore-to-pore correspondence dataset, including 17,136 classes of matched pore-keypoint pairs, is established.
|Name||Communications in Computer and Information Science|
|Conference||2nd Chinese Conference on Computer Vision, CCCV 2017|
|Period||11/10/17 → 14/10/17|
- 3D morphable model
- Pore-scale facial features
- Computer Science(all)