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Face Recognition Vendor Test 2002 Supplemental Report

Published

Author(s)

Patrick J. Grother

Abstract

Further analyses of the systems tested in the Face Recognition Vendor Test 2002 are reported. These supplement those covered in the primary Evaluation Report of March 2003. Specifically this report is intended to appeal to a more specialized audience; it contains results on multi-sample and multi-vendor fusion, score normalization, performance on an ethnic subpopulation, and the effect on performance of image-specific quality metrics. The report also includes methods for standardized reporting of open-set one-to-many evaluation.
Citation
NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR) - 7083
Report Number
7083

Keywords

biometrics, face recognition, fusion, identification
Created February 1, 2004, Updated February 19, 2017