By Zhenan Sun, Shiguang Shan, Haifeng Sang, Jie Zhou, Yunhong Wang, Weiqi Yuan
This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the ninth chinese language convention on Biometric popularity, CCBR 2014, held in Shenyang, China, in November 2014. The 60 revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from between ninety submissions. The papers specialize in face, fingerprint and palmprint, vein biometrics, iris and ocular biometrics, behavioral biometrics, program and approach of biometrics, multi-biometrics and knowledge fusion, different biometric attractiveness and processing.
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2 Random Forest Tra ain and Classification We randomly selected 1256 scans of CASIA 3D face database. From each scan, we manually selected 20 pointss correspond to skin parts such as face, ear and neck. T Then we selected 20 points correesponding to non-skin parts such as hair and clothes. T The color information of each point p was recorded as (R, G, B). Then the RGB color sppace was transformed into HSV space. 2, where skin points are marked with ‘o’ and non-skin points are marked with ‘ ’. As we can see from Figure 1 and Figure 2, these skin color pooints gathered, while non-skin color points distributed around them.
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