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Conditional Identity Disentanglement for Differential Face Morph Detection

by   Sudipta Banerjee, et al.
Michigan State University

We present the task of differential face morph attack detection using a conditional generative network (cGAN). To determine whether a face image in an identification document, such as a passport, is morphed or not, we propose an algorithm that learns to implicitly disentangle identities from the morphed image conditioned on the trusted reference image using the cGAN. Furthermore, the proposed method can also recover some underlying information about the second subject used in generating the morph. We performed experiments on AMSL face morph, MorGAN, and EMorGAN datasets to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed method. We also conducted cross-dataset and cross-attack detection experiments. We obtained promising results of 3 intra-dataset evaluation, which is comparable to existing methods; and 4.6 BPCER @ 10 state-of-the-art methods by at least 13.9


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