Time complexity face recognition algorithms

asked 2016-01-20 03:48:45 -0500

foobar gravatar image

Hi all, i hope that this is the right place where post this question, otherwise, if the post is inappropriate, please explain me why. For my thesis i'm facing the problem of face recognition in an embedded context in particular in a Intel Galileo Board. I experiment that face recognition in this board is time consuming and that is not possible to think a real-time face recognition. My intention is to measure the average time for recognition using the online face databases, as for example the yaledatabase and AT&T; i've already found a paper that addresses this issue. But before doing this i want to understand if there are paper or books that speak about time complexity of algorithms implemented in opencv (Eigenfaces, Fisherfaces and LocalBinaryPatternHistogram). I searched through the web an answer to this question but i've not found yet. If someone knows this theme and wants to help me, i thanks him in advance.

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As far as I know their is no comparative test results of OpenCV implementations for face recognition, but it should be straightforward to make them yourself right? What you could do is use the tutorial page for face recognition, look up the papers of each individual technique and see how they perform on top of the databases you selected. Since they are quite common databases, chances are high that results on them have been reported inside the paper.

StevenPuttemans gravatar imageStevenPuttemans ( 2016-01-20 04:03:01 -0500 )edit

Thanks for your suggestions!

foobar gravatar imagefoobar ( 2016-01-20 04:09:50 -0500 )edit