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JBE, vol. 27, no. 5, pp.794-807, September, 2022

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5909/JBE.2022.27.5.794

A Study on Improving Facial Recognition Performance to Introduce a New Dog Registration Method

Dongsu Lee and Gooman Park

C.A E-mail: gmpark@seoultech.ac.kr

Abstract:

Although registration of dogs is mandatory according to the revision of the Animal Protection Act, the registration rate is low due to the inconvenience of the current registration method. In this paper, a performance improvement study was conducted on the dog face recognition technology, which is being reviewed as a new registration method. Through deep learning learning, an embedding vector for facial recognition of a dog was created and a method for identifying each dog individual was experimented. We built a dog image dataset for deep learning learning and experimented with InceptionNet and ResNet-50 as backbone networks. It was learned by the triplet loss method, and the experiments were divided into face verification and face recognition. In the ResNet-50-based model, it was possible to obtain the best facial verification performance of 93.46%, and in the face recognition test, the highest performance of 91.44% was obtained in rank-5, respectively. The experimental methods and results presented in this paper can be used in various fields, such as checking whether a dog is registered or not, and checking an object at a dog access facility.



Keyword: Deep Learning, Face Recognition, Dog Recognition, ResNet, Triplet Loss

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