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TIM
2011
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9 years 11 months ago
Selecting a Reference High Resolution for Fingerprint Recognition Using Minutiae and Pores
—High-resolution automated fingerprint recognition systems (AFRSs) offer higher security because they are able to make use of level-3 features, such as pores, that are not avail...
David Zhang, Feng Liu, Qijun Zhao, Guangming Lu, N...
ICPR
2010
IEEE
10 years 8 months ago
Parallel versus Hierarchical Fusion of Extended Fingerprint Features
Extended fingerprint features such as pores, dots and incipient ridges have been increasingly attracting attention from researchers and engineers working on automatic fingerprint ...
Qijun Zhao, Feng Liu, Lei Zhang, David Zhang
ICPR
2008
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
Adaptive pore model for fingerprint pore extraction
Sweat pores have been recently employed for automated fingerprint recognition, in which the pores are usually extracted by using a computationally expensive skeletonization method...
Qijun Zhao, Lei Zhang, David Zhang, Nan Luo, Jing ...
PAMI
2007
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10 years 3 months ago
Pores and Ridges: High-Resolution Fingerprint Matching Using Level 3 Features
—Fingerprint friction ridge details are generally described in a hierarchical order at three different levels, namely, Level 1 (pattern), Level 2 (minutia points), and Level 3 (p...
Anil K. Jain, Yi Chen, Meltem Demirkus
ICIP
2010
IEEE
10 years 2 months ago
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 imp...
Qijun Zhao, Feng Liu, Lei Zhang, David Zhang
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