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Recent work suggests that the human ear varies significantly between different subjects and can be used for identification. In principle, therefore, using ears in addition to the face within a recognition system could improve accuracy and robustness, particularly for non-frontal views. The paper describes work that investigates this hypothesis using an approach based on the construction of a 3D morphable model of the head and ear. One issue with creating a model that includes the ear is thatdoi:10.1109/cvpr.2010.5539968 dblp:conf/cvpr/BustardN10 fatcat:5h5pg3qs3rgadps7lx5gz66y2i