Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2006, $191,281)
This research will develop face recognition technology using novel dimensionality-increasing methods with enhanced pattern classification; develop an integrated pattern recognition framework that capitalizes on these dimensionality-increasing methods; apply the integrated framework to improve face recognition performance and implement and commercialize the enhanced biometric identification system with a target cost of much less than $30,000. The specific benefit anticipated from this project is that it will significantly advance scientific and technical understanding of biometric technologies and biometric systems design.
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