Unsupervised Compound Domain Adaptation for Face Anti-Spoofing

18 May 2021  ·  Ankush Panwar, Pratyush Singh, Suman Saha, Danda Pani Paudel, Luc van Gool ·

We address the problem of face anti-spoofing which aims to make the face verification systems robust in the real world settings. The context of detecting live vs. spoofed face images may differ significantly in the target domain, when compared to that of labeled source domain where the model is trained. Such difference may be caused due to new and unknown spoof types, illumination conditions, scene backgrounds, among many others. These varieties of differences make the target a compound domain, thus calling for the problem of the unsupervised compound domain adaptation. We demonstrate the effectiveness of the compound domain assumption for the task of face anti-spoofing, for the first time in this work. To this end, we propose a memory augmentation method for adapting the source model to the target domain in a domain aware manner. The adaptation process is further improved by using the curriculum learning and the domain agnostic source network training approaches. The proposed method successfully adapts to the compound target domain consisting multiple new spoof types. Our experiments on multiple benchmark datasets demonstrate the superiority of the proposed method over the state-of-the-art.

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