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|Title: ||Online palmprint identification|
|Authors: ||Zhang, David D.|
Kong, Wai-kin Adams
Online palmprint identification
|Issue Date: ||Sep-2003 |
|Citation: ||IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence, Sept. 2003, v. 25, no. 9, p.1041-1050.|
|Abstract: ||Biometrics-based personal identification is regarded as an effective method for automatically recognizing, with a high
confidence, a person's identity. This paper presents a new biometric approach to online personal identification using palmprint
technology. In contrast to the existing methods, our online palmprint identification system employs low-resolution palmprint images to achieve effective personal identification. The system consists of two parts: a novel device for online palmprint image acquisition and an efficient algorithm for fast palmprint recognition. A robust image coordinate system is defined to facilitate image alignment for feature extraction. In addition, a 2D Gabor phase encoding scheme is proposed for palmprint feature extraction and representation. The
experimental results demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed system.|
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