libface - Face Recognition Library

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Libface is a cross platform framework for developing face recognition algorithms and testing its performance. The library uses OpenCV 2.0 and aims to be a middleware for developers that don’t have to include any OpenCV code in order to use face recognition and face detection detection.

http://libface.sourceforge.net
http://sourceforge.net/projects/libface

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