A face recognition algorithm to compare one probe image against a set of template images.
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A face recognition algorithm to compare one probe image against a set of template images. The images must be gray-scale and should contain the face region only. Internally, the images are resized to 160x160 pixels. This algorithm expects the pre-trained FaceNet model to be provided as input as well. The model can be downloaded from https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5MzpY9kBtDVZ2RpVDYwWmxoSUk which was made available in https://github.com/davidsandberg/facenet/tree/b95c9c3290455cabc425dc3f9435650679a74c50
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