Journal article Open Access
Thanh-Tam NGUYEN; Son-Thai LE; Van-Thuy LE
One of the widely used prominent biometric techniques for identity authentication is Face Recognition. It plays an essential role in many areas, such as daily life, public security, finance, the military, and the smart school. The facial recognition task is identifying or verifying the identity of a person base on their face. The first step is face detection, which detects and locates human faces in images and videos. The face match process then finds an identity of the detected face. In recent years there have been many face recognition systems improving the performance based on deep learning models. Deep learning learns representations of the face based on multiple processing layers with multiple levels of feature extraction. This approach has made sufficient improvement in face recognition since 2014, launched by the breakthroughs of DeepFace and Deep ID. However, finding a way to choose the best hyperparameters remains an open question. In this paper, we introduce a method for adaptive hyperparameters selection to improve recognition accuracy. The proposed method achieves improvements on three datasets.
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