Performance Analysis of Hierarchical Face Recognition


T. Senthilkumar
S. Veluchamy


Information jointly contained in image space, scale and orientation domains can provide rich important clues not seen in either individual of these domains. The position, spatial frequency and orientation selectivity properties are believed to have an important role in visual perception. This paper proposes a novel face representation and recognition approach by exploring information jointly in image space, scale and orientation domains. Specifically, the face image is first decomposed into different scale and orientation responses by convolving multiscale and multiorientation Gabor filters. Second, local binary pattern analysis is used to describe the neighboring relationship not only in image space, but also in different scale and orientation responses. This way, information from different domains is explored to give a good face representation for recognition. Neural Networks provide significant benefits in face recognition. They are actively being used for such advantages as locating previously undetected patterns, controlling devices based on feedback, and detecting characteristics in face recognition. It improves the level of accuracy compared with existing face recognition methods.



How to Cite
Senthilkumar, T., & Veluchamy, S. (2014). Performance Analysis of Hierarchical Face Recognition. The International Journal of Science & Technoledge, 2(4). Retrieved from