Ndlangisa, Mboneli (2004) DRUBIS : a distributed face-identification experimentation framework - design, implementation and performance issues. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.
We report on the design, implementation and performance issues of the DRUBIS (Distributed Rhodes University Biometric Identification System) experimentation framework. The Principal Component Analysis (PCA) face-recognition approach is used as a case study. DRUBIS is a flexible experimentation framework, distributed over a number of modules that are easily pluggable and swappable, allowing for the easy construction of prototype systems. Web services are the logical means of distributing DRUBIS components and a number of prototype applications have been implemented from this framework. Different popular PCA face-recognition related experiments were used to evaluate our experimentation framework. We extract recognition performance measures from these experiments. In particular, we use the framework for a more indepth study of the suitability of the DFFS (Difference From Face Space) metric as a means for image classification in the area of race and gender determination.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Masters)|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Principal components analysis, Human face recognition, Image processing, Biometric identification|
|Subjects:||Y Unknown > Subjects to be assigned|
|Divisions:||Faculty > Faculty of Science > Computer Science|
|Deposited By:||Rhodes Library Archive Administrator|
|Deposited On:||21 Oct 2005|
|Last Modified:||06 Jan 2012 16:17|
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