BUILDING AN AUTOMATIC DOOR SYSTEM USING FACE RECOGNITION

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Mien Phuoc Doan
Thanh Ngoc Dan Nguyen

Abstract

The sustainable development goal of Tra Vinh University is the quality of training combined with science and technology to gradually bring the university reaching the world development. In order to promote the development of scientific research, it is necessary to create practical applications at Tra Vinh University and the research can be deployed to businesses and households. Currently, in contributing to the implementation of the above objectives, our team  focuses on study the deployment models of using machine learning methods in combination with supporting frameworks to create applications that can automatically open and close the door by face recognition. In this study, we have collected videos as data for face and facial gestures recognition.
 

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Doan, M. and Nguyen, T. (2019) “BUILDING AN AUTOMATIC DOOR SYSTEM USING FACE RECOGNITION”, The Scientific Journal of Tra Vinh University, 1(1), pp. 9-12. doi: 10.35382/18594816.1.1.2019.81.
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