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EMGU Face Recognition

Using EMGU to perform Principle Component Analysis (PCA)

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This article is designed to be the first in several to explain the use of the EMGU image processing wrapper. For more information on the EMGU wrapper please visit the EMGU website. You will start with 3 warnings for the references not being found. Expand the References folder within the solution explorer delete the 3 with yellow warning icons and Add fresh references to them.

Face Recognition has always been a popular subject for image processing and this article builds upon the good work by Sergio Andrés Gutiérrez Rojas and his original article (codeproject). The reason that face recognition is so popular is not only it’s real world application but also the common use of principle component analysis (PCA). PCA is an ideal method for recognising statistical patterns in data. The popularity of face recognition is the fact a user can apply a method easily and see if it is working without needing to know to much about how the process is working.

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