Modified second-order minimisation for AAM fitting

Modified second-order minimisation for AAM fitting

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A modification of the second-order minimisation technique for an active appearance model is proposed to increase the convergence rate of fitting against large position error. The proposed method is verified to have a relatively high convergence rate and moderately fast converging speed.


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