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Learning One Class Representations for Presentation Attack Detection using Multi-channel Convolutional Neural Networks
Type of publication: Idiap-RR
Citation: George_Idiap-RR-15-2020
Number: Idiap-RR-15-2020
Year: 2020
Month: 7
Institution: Idiap
Abstract: Face recognition has evolved as a widely used biometric modality. However, its vulnerability against presentation attacks poses a significant security threat. Though presentation attack detection (PAD) methods try to address this issue, they often fail in generalizing to unseen attacks. In this work, we propose a new framework for PAD using a one-class classifier, where the representation used is learned with a Multi-Channel Convolutional Neural Network (MCCNN). A novel loss function is introduced, which forces the network to learn a compact embedding for bonafide} class while being far from the representation of attacks. A one-class Gaussian Mixture Model is used on top of these embeddings for the PAD task. The proposed framework introduces a novel approach to learn a robust PAD system from bonafide and available (known) attack classes. This is particularly important as collecting bonafide data and simpler attacks are much easier than collecting a wide variety of expensive attacks. The proposed system is evaluated on the publicly available WMCA multi-channel face PAD database, which contains a wide variety of 2D and 3D attacks. Further, we have performed experiments with MLFP and SiW-M datasets using RGB channels only. Superior performance in unseen attack protocols shows the effectiveness of the proposed approach. Software, data, and protocols to reproduce the results are made available publicly.
Keywords: Anti-spoofing, Convolutional neural network, Face Recognition, Presentation Attack Detection, Reproducible research, Unseen Attack Detection.
Projects Idiap
ODIN/BATL
Authors George, Anjith
Marcel, S├ębastien
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