On the Recent Use of Local Binary Patterns for Face Authentication
This paper presents a survey on the recent use of Local Binary Patterns (LBPs) for face recognition. LBP is becoming a popular technique for face representation. It is a non-parametric kernel which summarizes the local spacial structure of an image and it is invariant to monotonic gray-scale transformations. This is a very interesting property in face recognition. This probably explains the recent success of Local Binary Patterns in face recognition. In this paper, we describe the LBP technique and different approaches proposed in the literature to represent and to recognize faces. The most representatives are considered for experimental comparison on a common face authentication task. For that purpose, the XM2VTS and BANCA databases are used according to their respective experimental protocols.
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