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TIFS
2011
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9 years 4 months ago
Periocular Biometrics in the Visible Spectrum
— Periocular biometric refers to the facial region in the immediate vicinity of the eye. Acquisition of the periocular biometric does not require high user cooperation and close ...
Unsang Park, Raghavender R. Jillela, Arun Ross, An...
COST
2009
Springer
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10 years 3 months ago
Biometrics beyond the Visible Spectrum: Imaging Technologies and Applications
Human body images acquired at visible spectrum have inherent restrictions that hinder the performance of person recognition systems built using that kind of information (e.g. scene...
Miriam Moreno-Moreno, Julian Fiérrez-Aguila...
CVPR
2005
IEEE
10 years 11 months ago
Multimodal Face Recognition: Combination of Geometry with Physiological Information
It is becoming increasingly important to be able to credential and identify authorized personnel at key points of entry. Such identity management systems commonly employ biometric...
Ioannis A. Kakadiaris, Georgios Passalis, Theohari...
ETRA
2010
ACM
270views Biometrics» more  ETRA 2010»
10 years 4 months ago
Homography normalization for robust gaze estimation in uncalibrated setups
Homography-based glint-normalization is presented as a novel gaze estimation method for uncalibrated setups. The method is geometrically and empirically demonstrated to be robust ...
Dan Witzner Hansen, Javier San Agustin, Arantxa Vi...
ETRA
2008
ACM
139views Biometrics» more  ETRA 2008»
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Limbus/pupil switching for wearable eye tracking under variable lighting conditions
We present a low-cost wearable eye tracker built from off-the-shelf components. Based on the open source openEyes project (the only other similar effort that we are aware of), our...
Wayne J. Ryan, Andrew T. Duchowski, Stanley T. Bir...
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