Face segmentation in thermal images /

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2015
Eryılmaz, Melis
Automatic face segmentation is a key issue in many applications such as machine vision, coding, etc. Therefore, the accuracy of the segmentation algorithms results has a strong impact on the later stages. These algorithms should also be computationally efficient and robust against changing environments. The aim of this thesis is to analyze different approaches for face segmentation and compare them in terms of the robustness and computational efficiency. Four different face segmentation methods are chosen to be compared in the scope of this thesis. Experiments are performed on IRIS and Terravic databases. Implemented face segmentation methods are compared according to their classification performances and error rates.

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M. Eryılmaz, “Face segmentation in thermal images /,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2015.