Face Recognition System

01/08/2019 ∙ by Yang Li, et al. ∙ 0

Deep learning is one of the new and important branches in machine learning. Deep learning refers to a set of algorithms that solve various problems such as images and texts by using various machine learning algorithms in multi-layer neural networks. Deep learning can be classified as a neural network from the general category, but there are many changes in the concrete realization. At the core of deep learning is feature learning, which is designed to obtain hierarchical information through hierarchical networks, so as to solve the important problems that previously required artificial design features. Deep Learning is a framework that contains several important algorithms. For different applications (images, voice, text), you need to use different network models to achieve better results. With the development of deep learning and the introduction of deep convolutional neural networks, the accuracy and speed of face recognition have made great strides. However, as we said above, the results from different networks and models are very different. In this paper, facial features are extracted by merging and comparing multiple models, and then a deep neural network is constructed to train and construct the combined features. In this way, the advantages of multiple models can be combined to mention the recognition accuracy. After getting a model with high accuracy, we build a product model. This article compares the pure-client model with the server-client model, analyzes the pros and cons of the two models, and analyzes the various commercial products that are required for the server-client model.



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Code Repositories


Notebooks from the Face Recognition Tutorial I gave at PyData Amsterdam

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A face recognition system based on facenet and mtcnn algorithm(pure c++ version)

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