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A Hybrid Swipe Fingerprint Mosaicing Scheme

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A Hybrid Swipe Fingerprint Mosaicing Scheme
Due to their very small contact areas and low cost, swipe fingerprint sensors provide the very convenient and reliable fingerprint security solutions and are being increasingly used for mobile phones, PDAs, portable computers and security applications. In this paper, the minimum mean absolute error as the registration criterion is used to find an integer translation shift while the extension of the phase correlation method with singular value decomposition is applied to evaluate a noninteger translation shift. Based on the merits and faults of these two methods, we develop a hybrid swipe fingerprint mosaicing scheme. The proposed scheme succeeds in registering swipe fingerprint frames with small overlap down to 5% of the frame size and improves the mosaicing precision, that is, non-integer translation shift can be directly determined without spatial domain interpolation. Experimental data indicate that our scheme has high reliability and precision and less time consumption, theref...
Yongliang Zhang, Jie Yang, Hongtao Wu
Added 26 Jun 2010
Updated 26 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2005
Where AVBPA
Authors Yongliang Zhang, Jie Yang, Hongtao Wu
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