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Palmprint Verification Using Consistent Orientation Coding

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Palmprint Verification Using Consistent Orientation Coding
Developing accurate and robust palmprint verification algorithms is one of the key issues in automatic palmprint recognition systems. Recently, orientation based coding algorithms, such as Competitive Code (CompCode) and Orthogonal Line Ordinal Features (OLOF), have been proposed and have been attracting much research attention. Such algorithms could achieve high accuracy with high feature matching speed for real time implementation. By investigating the relationship between these two different coding schemes, we propose in this paper a feature-level fusion scheme for palmprint verification. Only the stable features which are consistent between the two codes are extracted for matching. The experimental results on the public palmprint database show that the proposed fusion code could achieve at least 14% EER (Equal Error Rate) reduction compared with either of the original codes.
Added 10 Nov 2009
Updated 26 Dec 2009
Type Conference
Year 2009
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