A Novel Local Pattern Descriptor

Vector Pattern in High
Space for Face Recognition


In this paper, a novel local pattern descriptor generated by the proposed local vector pattern
(LVP) in high-order derivative space is presented for use in face recognition. Based on the
vector of each pixel constructed by computing the values between the
the adjacent pixels with diverse distances from different directions, the vector representation
of the referenced pixel is generated to provide the 1D structure of micropatterns. With the
devise of pairwise direction of vector for each
comparative space transform to encode various spatial surrounding relationships between
the referenced pixel and its neighborhood pixels. Besides, the concatenation of LVPs is
compacted to produce more distinc
discriminative information in a given subregion, the vector of LVP is refined by varying local
derivative directions from the
much more resilient structure of micropatterns than standard local pattern descriptors. The
proposed LVP is compared with the existing local pattern descriptors including local binary
pattern (LBP), local derivative pattern (LDP), and local tetra pattern (LTrP) to eva
performances from input jgrayscale face
conducting on benchmark face
Yale B, and LFW, demonstrate that the proposed LVP in high
performs much better than LBP, LDP, and LTrP in face recognition.
A Novel Local Pattern Descriptor
Vector Pattern in High-Order Derivative
Space for Face Recognition
In this paper, a novel local pattern descriptor generated by the proposed local vector pattern
order derivative space is presented for use in face recognition. Based on the
vector of each pixel constructed by computing the values between the
the adjacent pixels with diverse distances from different directions, the vector representation
of the referenced pixel is generated to provide the 1D structure of micropatterns. With the
devise of pairwise direction of vector for each pixel, the LVP reduces the feature length via
comparative space transform to encode various spatial surrounding relationships between
the referenced pixel and its neighborhood pixels. Besides, the concatenation of LVPs is
compacted to produce more distinctive features. To effectively extract more detailed
discriminative information in a given subregion, the vector of LVP is refined by varying local
derivative directions from the (n) th-order LVP in ((n-1)) th-order derivative space, which is a
silient structure of micropatterns than standard local pattern descriptors. The
proposed LVP is compared with the existing local pattern descriptors including local binary
pattern (LBP), local derivative pattern (LDP), and local tetra pattern (LTrP) to eva
performances from input jgrayscale faceimages. In addition, extensive experiments
conducting on benchmark face image databases, FERET, CAS-PEAL, CMU
Yale B, and LFW, demonstrate that the proposed LVP in high-order derivative space i
performs much better than LBP, LDP, and LTrP in face recognition.
A Novel Local Pattern Descriptor-Local
Order Derivative

In this paper, a novel local pattern descriptor generated by the proposed local vector pattern
order derivative space is presented for use in face recognition. Based on the
vector of each pixel constructed by computing the values between the referenced pixel and
the adjacent pixels with diverse distances from different directions, the vector representation
of the referenced pixel is generated to provide the 1D structure of micropatterns. With the
pixel, the LVP reduces the feature length via
comparative space transform to encode various spatial surrounding relationships between
the referenced pixel and its neighborhood pixels. Besides, the concatenation of LVPs is
tive features. To effectively extract more detailed
discriminative information in a given subregion, the vector of LVP is refined by varying local
order derivative space, which is a
silient structure of micropatterns than standard local pattern descriptors. The
proposed LVP is compared with the existing local pattern descriptors including local binary
pattern (LBP), local derivative pattern (LDP), and local tetra pattern (LTrP) to evaluate the
. In addition, extensive experiments
PEAL, CMU-PIE, Extended
order derivative space indeed

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