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|Title:||An iris cryptosystem for information security|
Zhang, David D.
Data storage equipment
|Publisher:||IEEE Computer Society|
|Source:||IIH-MSP 2008 : 2008 fourth International Conference on Intelligent Information Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing : 15-17 August 2008, Harbin, China : proceedings, p. 1533-1536.|
|Abstract:||Securing information is a key issue in the field of network security and cryptography is one of the most effective ways to enhance information security. Biometric cryptography is a technique using biometric features to encrypt the data, which can improve the security of the encrypted data and overcome the shortcomings of the traditional cryptography. This paper proposes a novel biometric cryptosystem based on the most accurate biometric feature - iris. In this system, a 256-dimension textural feature vector is extracted from the preprocessed iris image by using a set of 2-D Gabor filters. And then a modified fuzzy vault algorithm is employed to encrypt and decrypt the data. Experimental results demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed system.|
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