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Interdigital palm region for biometric identification

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Interdigital palm region for biometric identification
— The interdigital palm region represents about 30% of the palm area and is inherently acquired during palmprint imaging, nevertheless it has not yet attracted any noticeable attention in biometrics research. This paper investigates the ridge pattern characteristics of the interdigital palm region for its usage in biometric identification. An anatomical study of the interdigital area is initially carried out, leading to the establishment of five categories according to the distribution of the singularities and three regions of interest for biometrics. With the identified regions, our study analyzes the matching performance of the interdigital palm biometrics and its combination with the conventional palmprint matching approaches and presents comparative experimental results using four competing feature extraction methods. This study has been carried out with two publicly available databases. The first one consists of 2,080 images of 416 subjects acquired with a touchless low-cost ima...
Aythami Morales, Ajay Kumar, Miguel A. Ferrer
Added 01 Apr 2016
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Type Journal
Year 2016
Where CVIU
Authors Aythami Morales, Ajay Kumar, Miguel A. Ferrer
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