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Fingerprint Recognition with Cellular Partitioning and Co-Sinusoidal Triplets

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Fingerprint Recognition with Cellular Partitioning and Co-Sinusoidal Triplets
: In this fingerprint verification approach, a fingerprint image is divided into equally sized cells and the pattern is represented by a substitute resulting in a feature vector of fixed length. A related ISO standard recommends three different approaches for the selection of these. It suggests a cell size of approximately two ridges per cell. For the co-sinusoidal triplet approach for the retrieval of the spectral component this assumption was investigated. The influence of the cell size on the biometric performance was supported and additionally, a sound comparison method was implemented. To maintain a comprehensible evaluation the open Fingerprint Verification Competition (FVC) databases FVC2000 and FVC2002 were used.
Jan Hirzel, Daniel Hartung, Christoph Busch
Added 10 Feb 2011
Updated 10 Feb 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where BIOSIG
Authors Jan Hirzel, Daniel Hartung, Christoph Busch
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