Mario I. Chacon Murguía

Consejo Estatal de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación de Chihuahua Mexico

Mario I. Chacon-Murguia received the BSc(1982) and the MSc.(1985) degrees in electrical engineering from the Chihuahua Institute of Technology, Chihuahua, Chih., Mexico, and the Ph.D.(1998) in electrical engineering from New Mexico State University, Las Cruces NM, USA. His professional experience includes positions as a Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant at New Mexico State University. He has also developed research projects for several companies. He currently works as a Research Professor at the Chihuahua Institute of Technology, in Chihuahua, Chih., Mexico where he is the director of the DSP & Vision Laboratory and the Visual Perception Applications on Robotics Laboratory. He has published more than 105 works in international and national journals and congresses. His current research includes visual perception, computer vision, image and signal processing using computational intelligence, and pattern recognition. Dr. Chacon is member of the National Research System in Mexico

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Notwithstanding the tremendous effort to solve the face recognition problem, it is not possible yet to design a face recognition system with a potential close to human performance. New computer vision and pattern recognition approaches need to be investigated. Even new knowledge and perspectives from different fields like, psychology and neuroscience must be incorporated into the current field of face recognition to design a robust face recognition system. Indeed, many more efforts are required to end up with a human like face recognition system. This book tries to make an effort to reduce the gap between the previous face recognition research state and the future state.

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State of the Art in Face Recognition Edited by Mario I. Chacon Murguía

State of the Art in Face Recognition

Edited by Mario I. Chacon Murguía