Implements ISV client model training

This algorithm is a legacy one. The API has changed since its implementation. New versions and forks will need to be updated.
This algorithm is splittable

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Group: main

Endpoint Name Data Format Nature
statistics tutorial/gmm_statistics/1 Input
template_id system/uint64/1 Input
model tutorial/isvmachine/1 Output

Unnamed group

Endpoint Name Data Format Nature
ubm tutorial/gmm/1 Input
isvbase tutorial/isvbase/1 Input

Parameters allow users to change the configuration of an algorithm when scheduling an experiment

Name Description Type Default Range/Choices
isv-enroll-iterations uint32 1

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Given a feature vector, a GMM and a U subspace, computes the Intersession Variability Modeling (ISV) client model. Basically, this algorithm computes the latent variable zi excluding possible session factors (described by the latent variable xi, j).

Specific details can be found in [McCool2013]:

This algorithm relies on the Bob library.

The inputs are:

  • statistics: A set of GMM Statistics of a client for enrollment.
  • ubm: A GMM corresponding to the Universal Background Model.
  • isvbase: The subspace_u and subspace_d for the session and the client offset respectivelly.
  • template_id: Client (class/subject) identifier as an unsigned 64 bits integer.

The output, model, is the latent variable zi ( Eq. (31) in [McCool2013]) that corresponds to the client offset (with the session variations suppressed)

[McCool2013](1, 2) McCool, Christopher, et al. "Session variability modelling for face authentication." IET biometrics 2.3 (2013): 117-129.


Updated Name Databases/Protocols Analyzers
smarcel/tutorial/full_isv/2/mobio_male-gmm_100Gx10I-isv_50Ux10Ix4R-dct_12Bx8Ox45C-seed101 mobio/1@male tutorial/eerhter_postperf_iso/1
tutorial/tutorial/full_isv/2/bancaMc_isv_DCT12x8_100G_U50 banca/1@Mc tutorial/eerhter_postperf_iso/1
tutorial/tutorial/full_isv/2/xm2vtsLp1_isv_DCT12x8_100G_U50 xm2vts/1@lp1 tutorial/eerhter_postperf_iso/1
tutorial/tutorial/full_isv/2/mobioMale_isv_DCT12x8_100G_U50 mobio/1@male tutorial/eerhter_postperf_iso/1
tutorial/tutorial/full_isv/2/bancaP_isv_DCT12x8_100G_U50 banca/1@P tutorial/eerhter_postperf_iso/1
tutorial/tutorial/full_isv/2/atnt_isv_DCT12x8_100G_U50 atnt/1@idiap_test_eyepos tutorial/eerhter_postperf_iso/1

This table shows the number of times this algorithm has been successfully run using the given environment. Note this does not provide sufficient information to evaluate if the algorithm will run when submitted to different conditions.

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