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A comparative study on quality assessment of high resolution fingerprint images

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A comparative study on quality assessment of high resolution fingerprint images
High resolution fingerprint images have been increasingly used in fingerprint recognition. They can provide more fine features (e.g. pores) than standard fingerprint images to improve the recognition accuracy. It is however still an open issue whether or not existing quality assessment methods are suitable for high resolution fingerprint images. This paper compares some typical quality indexes by analyzing the correlation between them and their prediction ability on minutia-based and pore-based high resolution fingerprint recognition accuracy. Experimental results show that the indexes based on ridge orientation are more effective for high resolution fingerprint recognition systems.
Qijun Zhao, Feng Liu, Lei Zhang, David Zhang
Added 12 Feb 2011
Updated 12 Feb 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ICIP
Authors Qijun Zhao, Feng Liu, Lei Zhang, David Zhang
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