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A Study on Frontal Face Detection Using Wavelet Transform


Rhee Sang-Brum, Choi Young-Kyoo, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 59-66, Feb. 2004
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Keywords: face region extraction, wavelet, symmetry

Abstract

Symmetry region searching can extract face region without a prior information in an image by using symmetric. However, this method requires a plenty of the computation time because the mask size to process symmetry region searching must be larger than the size of object such as eye, nose and mouth in face. in this paper, it proposed symmetric by using symmetry region searching and Wavelet Transform to reduce computation time of symmetry region searching, and It was applied to this method in an original image. To extract exact face region, we also experimented face region searching by using domain division in extraction region.


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[APA Style]
Rhee Sang-Brum and Choi Young-Kyoo (2004). A Study on Frontal Face Detection Using Wavelet Transform. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 5(1), 59-66.

[IEEE Style]
R. Sang-Brum and C. Young-Kyoo, "A Study on Frontal Face Detection Using Wavelet Transform," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 59-66, 2004.

[ACM Style]
Rhee Sang-Brum and Choi Young-Kyoo. 2004. A Study on Frontal Face Detection Using Wavelet Transform. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 5, 1, (2004), 59-66.