[Numpy-discussion] coding Turk&Pentland equation
harryos
oswald.harry@gmail....
Wed Apr 2 02:00:08 CDT 2008
i was trying to code the equation 7 of Turk,Pentland paper 'eigenfaces
for recognition' The equation says for an image l ,the components in
eigen space is wk=uk.T (l-Psi) where uk is a single eigenface vector
and Psi is the average image
i have an ndarray L that contains data of 1 image per row. if there
are M total images each of N pixels ,then L is of shape(MxN)
I calculated eigenfaces(U) such that each row is an eigenface(ie,uk)
U is of shape(MxN)
I saw in a posting
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.image.processing/browse_thread/thread/7239ab92bd7cbd62/ba15079d4441be91
that
The components in 'face-space' of a face image I (Nx 1 vector) are
wk = uk o (I - Psi), where Psi is the average over the M face images;
o denotes scalar product, uk is eigenface k.
but here i am using each image as 1xN vector .And i want to take only
m eigenfaces instead of M. how should i calculate the weight space
from this ?should i do
W=dot(U[:m,:],(L-Psi).transpose() )
do i have to transpose this result again?
thanks
harryos
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