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Otsu method of Binarization and Thresholding. html. Accessed 26 Jan 2014 12. Flood Fill or Flood Seed. org/wiki/Flood_fill. Accessed 26 Jan 2014 Feature Selection using Particle Swarm Optimization for Thermal Face Recognition Ayan Seal, Suranjan Ganguly, Debotosh Bhattacharjee, Mita Nasipuri and Consuelo Gonzalo-Martin Abstract This paper presents an algorithm for feature selection based on particle swarm optimization (PSO) for thermal face recognition. The total algorithm goes through many steps.
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Different pose changes about x-axis, y-axis, and z-axis are also 32 A. Seal et al. 15, wmax=1 gbest pbest28 pbest25 pbest22 pbest19 pbest16 pbest13 pbest7 pbest10 pbest4 pbest1 0 Fig. 2 The different values of ‘pbest’ and ‘gbest’ with different parameters of PSO for frontal faces considered. Resolution of each image is 320 9 240, and the images are saved in JPEG format. First, all are processed and restored missing information using GPCA scale to 256 9 256 resolution for further processing. Then, SIFT is used to extract some points.