Sparse-representation-based classification (SRC) has been showing a good performance for face recognition in recent years. But SRC is not good at face recognition with low quality images (e.g., disguised, corrupted, occluded, and so on) which often appear in practical applications. To solve the problem, in this paper, we propose a novel SRC-based method for face recognition with low quality images named sparse low-rank component-based representation (SLCR). In SLCR, we utilize low-rank matrix recovery on the training data set to obtain low-rank components and non-low-rank components, which are used to construct the dictionary. The new dictionary is capable of describing facial features better, especially for low quality face samples. Furthermore, the minimum class-wise reconstruction residual is used as the recognition rule, leading to a substantial improvement on the proposed SLCR's performance. Extensive experiments on benchmark face databases demonstrate that the proposed method is consistently superior to other sparse-representation-based approaches for face recognition with low quality images.
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