A Brief Review of the Ear Recognition Process using Deep Neural Networks
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Journal of Applied Logic.
The process of precisely recognize people by ears has been getting major attention in recent years. It represents an important step in the biometric research, especially as a complement to face recognition systems which have difficult in real conditions. This is due to the great variation in shapes, variable lighting conditions, and the changing profile shape which is a planar representation of a complex object. An ear recognition system involving a convolutional neural networks (CNN) is proposed to identify a person given an input image. The proposed method matches the performance of other traditional approaches when analyzed against clean photographs. However, the F1 metric of the results shows improvements in specificity of the recognition. We also present a technique for improving the speed of a CNN applied to large input images through the optimization of the sliding window approach