Publications and Research Papers


Tim Faltemier

  1. 3D Face Reconstruction Using a Single or Multiple Views, Published: International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR) 2010
  2. 3D Face Indexing using Cluster Analysis of PCA Features, 2008
  3. Rotated Profile Signatures for 3D Face Recognition Robust to Pose Variation: Published: Face and Gesture (FG) 2008
  4. Using a Multi-Instance Enrollment Representation to Improve 3D Face Recognition, 2008
  5. Region Ensemble for FacE Recognition (REFER) and Indexing, Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, 2008
  6. Challenges in Executing Data Intensive Biometric Workloads on a Desktop Grid, Published: Workshop on Large-Scale and Volatile Desktop Grids (PCGRID), 2007
  7. Human Face Modeling and Recognition Through Multi-View High Resolution Stereopsis, Published: IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2006
  8. A Comparison of 3D Biometric Modalities & Fusion, Published: IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2006
  9. 3D Face Recognition with Curvature Based Region Selection, Published: International Symposium on 3D Data Processing, Visualization & Transmission (3DPVT), 2006
  10. Cross Sensor 3D Face Recognition Performance, Published: International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), 2006

Christopher Middendorff

  1. Ensemble Training to Improve 2D Ear Recognition, Published: SPIE: Defense, Security and Sensing, 2009
  2. Multi-modal Biometrics Involving the Human Ear, Published: IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2007
  3. Multi-modal Biometrics Involving the Human Ear. In Multimodal Surveillance: Sensors, Algorithms, and Systems, 2007
  4. Multi-Biometrics Combining Face and Ear. In Handbook of Biometrics, 2007
  5. Real-time Evolving Swarms for Rapid Pattern Detection and Tracking, Published: Proceedings of ALIFE X, 2006

News

Successful Demonstration of SPOTR™ at Trident Spectre 2012 in Ft Story VA.

SPOTR™ program featured in Wired, Slashdot, and SmartPlanet articles.

Successful Dry Run Demonstration of SPOTR™ Solution for the Office of Naval Research—Princeton, NJ