Audio- and Video-based Biometric Person Authentication: First International Conference, AVBPA '97, Crans-Montana, Switzerland, March 12 - 14, 1997, Proceedings

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Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 3, 1997 - Business & Economics - 450 pages
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on Audio- and Video-based Biometric Person Authentication, AVBPA'97, held in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, in March 1997.
The 49 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected by the program committee for inclusion in the book; also included are four invited contributions. The papers are organized in sections on facial features localisation, lip and facial motion, visual non-face biometrics, face-based authentication, text-dependent speaker authentication, text-independent authentication, audio-video features and fusion, and systems and applications.
 

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Contents

Robust Eye Centre Extraction Using the Hough Transform
3
Localising Facial Features with Matched Filters
11
Shape Normalisation for Face Recognition
21
Generalized Likelihood Ratiobased Face Detection and Extraction of Mouth Features
27
Tracking Facial Feature Points with Gabor Wavelets and Shape Models
35
Face Detection by Direct Convexity Estimation
43
Lip and Facial Motion
51
Analysis and Encoding of Lip Movements
53
SpeechSpeaker Recognition Using a HMMGMM Hybrid Model
227
Textindependent Speaker Authentication
235
Recent Advances in Speaker Recognition
237
Speaker Identification Using Harmonic Structure of LPresidual Spectrum
253
A Speaker Identification Agent
261
Textindependent Speaker Identification Based on Spectral Weighting Functions
267
Parameter Discrimination Analysis in Speaker Identification Using Self Organizing Map
273
Text Independent Speaker Verification Using Multiplestate Predictive Neural Networks
279

Lipshape Dependent Face Verification
61
Statistical Chromaticity Models for Lip Tracking with Bsplines
69
A Fully Automatic Approach to Facial Feature Detection and Tracking
77
Automatic Videobased Person Authentication Using the RBF Network
85
Visual Nonface Biometrics
93
Using Gait as a Biometric via Phaseweighted Magnitude Spectra
95
Identity Authentication Using Fingerprints
103
An Algorithm for Recognising Walkers
111
Metrological Remote Identification of a Human Body by Stereoscopic Camera Techniques
119
Facebased Authentication
125
Discriminant Analysis for Recognition of Human Face Images
127
Image Representations for Visual Learning
143
Automatic Profile Identification
145
Recognition of Facial Images with Low Resolution Using a Hopfield Memory Model
153
Exclusion of Photos and New Segmentation Algorithms for the Automatic Face Recognition
161
Face Authentication Using Morphological Dynamic Link Architecture
169
Nonintrusive Person Authentication for Access Control by Visual Tracking and Face Recognition
177
Profile Authentication Using a Chamfer Matching Algorithm
185
Textdependent Speaker Authentication
193
Optimal Division of the Frequency Domain
195
Optimizing Feature Set for Speaker Verification
203
VQ Score Normalisation for Textdependent and Textindependent Speaker Recognition
211
A Two Stage Procedure for Phone Based Speaker Verification
219
Audiovideo Features and Fusion
287
Watch These Lips Adding to Acoustic Signals to Improve Speaker Recognition
289
Expert Conciliation for Multi Modal Person Authentication Systems by Bayesian Statistics
291
A Biometric Person Identification System Using Sensor Fusion
301
Person Authentication by Fusing Face and Speech Information
311
Acousticlabial Speaker Verification
319
Combining Evidence in Multimodal Personal Identity Recognition Systems
327
A Visemebased Approach to Labiometrics for Automatic Lipreading
335
Systems and Applications
343
Development of an Audiovisual Database System for Human Identification
345
Video Compression and Person Authentication
353
Lockcontrol System Using Face Identification
361
A System for Automatic Face Recognition
369
Time Encoded Signal Processing and Recognition for Reduced Data High Performance Speaker Verification Architectures
377
The CAVE Speaker Verification Project Experiments on the YOHO and SESP Corpora
385
The FERET September 1996 Database and Evaluation Procedure
395
The M2VTS Multimodal Face Database Release 100
403
Oneshot 3Dshape and Texture Acquisition of Facial Data
411
A Multiplebaseline Stereo for Precise Human Face Acquisition
419
User Perspectives on the Security of Access Data Operator Handover Procedures and Insult Rate for Speaker Verification in Automated Telephone Se...
429
Integrating Face Recognition into Security Systems
439
Author Index
449
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A fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) and the International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR), Josef Bigun obtained his Ms and Ph.D. degrees from Linkoping University, Sweden, in 1983 and 1988 respectively. In 1988, he joined the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne where he worked as Adjoint Scientifique until 1998 with the exception that in 1997 he was a visiting professor at the Royal Institute of Technology, (KTH) Stockholm. He has been elected professor to the Signal Analysis Chair, his current position, at Halmstad University and Chalmers Institute of Technology in 1998.

He has been in technical and organizational committees of numerous national and international conferences. In particular, he co-chaired the First International Conference on Audio and Video Based Person Authentication in 1997. He has been contributing as a referee or as an editorial board member of international journals including Pattern Recognition Letters and IEEE Image Processing. He has contributed to the initiation and progress of several national and international research projects in computer vision, in particular in biometric person authentication, e.g. the EU projects IT-VIRSBS, ACTS-M2VTS, NOE-BIOSECURE.