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Journal: ICTACT Journal on Image and Video Processing (IJIVP) (Vol.7, No. 1)

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Page : 1307-1317

Keywords : Facial Recognition System; Self-update Procedure; Active Appearance Model (AAM); Kernel Density Estimate/Point Distribution Model (KDE-PDM); Independent Component Analysis (ICA);

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Facial recognition system is fundamental a computer application for the automatic identification of a person through a digitized image or a video source. The major cause for the overall poor performance is related to the transformations in appearance of the user based on the aspects akin to ageing, beard growth, sun-tan etc. In order to overcome the above drawback, Self-update process has been developed in which, the system learns the biometric attributes of the user every time the user interacts with the system and the information gets updated automatically. The procedures of Plastic surgery yield a skilled and endurable means of enhancing the facial appearance by means of correcting the anomalies in the feature and then treating the facial skin with the aim of getting a youthful look. When plastic surgery is performed on an individual, the features of the face undergo reconstruction either locally or globally. But, the changes which are introduced new by plastic surgery remain hard to get modeled by the available face recognition systems and they deteriorate the performances of the face recognition algorithm. Hence the Facial plastic surgery produces changes in the facial features to larger extent and thereby creates a significant challenge to the face recognition system. This work introduces a fresh Multimodal Biometric approach making use of novel approaches to boost the rate of recognition and security. The proposed method consists of various processes like Face segmentation using Active Appearance Model (AAM), Face Normalization using Kernel Density Estimate/ Point Distribution Model (KDE-PDM), Feature extraction using Local Gabor XOR Patterns (LGXP) and Classification using Independent Component Analysis (ICA). Efficient techniques have been used in each phase of the FRAS in order to obtain improved results.

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