5 edition of Computational Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition (International Series on Biometrics) found in the catalog.
November 30, 2003
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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Computational Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition presents an entire range of novel computational algorithms for fingerprint recognition. These include feature extraction, indexing, matching, classification, and performance prediction/validation methods, which have been compared with state-of-art algorithms and found to be effective and efficient on real-world by: Computational Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition is designed for a professional audience composed of researchers and practitioners in industry.
This book is also suitable as a secondary text for graduate-level students in computer science and engineering. However, because of the complex distortions among the different impressions of the same finger, fingerprint recognition is still a challenging problem. In this dissertation, our objective is to develop effective and efficient computational algorithms for an automatic fingerprint recognition system.
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Computational Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition (International Series on Biometrics) by Bir Bhanu (). Computational algorithms for fingerprint recognition by Bir Bhanu, Xuejun Tan,Kluwer Academic Publishers edition, in EnglishPages: The purpose of our research is to develop computational algorithms for an automatic fingerprint recognition system, which is able to achieve high performance with high confidence.
We have. Computational Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition Bir Bhanu and Xuejun Tan Biometrics such as fingerprinVface, gait, iris, voice and signature, recognizes one's identity using his/her physiological or behavioral characteristics. Buy Computational Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition (International Series on Biometrics) by Bir Bhanu, Xuejun Tan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. 4 Fingerprint Recognition 53 State of the Art in Fingerprint Recognition This section provides a basic introduction to ﬁngerprint re cognition systems and their main parts, including a brief description of the most widely used techniques and algorithms.
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This book is also suitable as a secondary text for graduate-level students in computer science and engineering."--Jacket. (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Free 2-day shipping. Buy International Biometrics: Computational Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition (Hardcover) at Offering the first comprehensive analysis of touchless fingerprint-recognition technologies, Touchless Fingerprint Biometrics gives an overview of the state of the art and describes relevant industrial applications.
It also presents new techniques to efficiently and effectively implement advanced solutions based on touchless fingerprinting. The most accurate current biometric. Given its low cost, ease of operation and reliability of fingerprint recognition results, this technology occupies more than two-thirds of the biometric market.
Fingerprint recognition algorithms are diverse and are based on different techniques in order to extract useful information from the input image.
Fingerprint recognition, Algorithms, Minutiae Based Algorithm, Image Based Algorithm I. INTRODUCTION To make personal identification, Biometric UHOLHVRQ³VRPHWKLQJWKDW\RXDUH´VRLWFDQ inherently differentiate among who is an authorized person and who is a fraudulent. The novel application of computational geometry algorithms in the fingerprint segmentation stage showed that the extracted feature (characteristic polygon) may be used as a secure and accurate method for fingerprint-based verification over the Internet.
He is the co-author of books on Evolutionary Synthesis of Pattern Recognition Systems (Springer, ), Computational Learning for Adaptive Computer Vision (Springer, ), Computational Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition (Kluwer, ), Genetic Learning for Adaptive Image Segmentation (Kluwer, ), and Qualitative Motion Understanding (Kluwer, ), and the co-editor of a book.
The style of the book is informal, yet comprehensive and advanced. An introduction is given to automated fingerprint recognition, as well as an in-depth survey of the current state-of-the-art, an overview of recent advances in creating and securing fingerprint identification systems, and a variety of professional techniques.
The algorithm is a hierarchical based matching system that uses Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 features to determine whether a set of fingerprints match. Various algorithms and transforms are used at each step, each will be discussed in terms of their computational complexity and optimality, however, specific details on implementation are left out.
The proposed filter-based algorithm uses a bank of Gabor filters to capture both local and global details in a fingerprint as a compact fixed length Finger Code. The Fingerprint Identification is based on the Euclidean distance between the two corresponding Finger Codes and hence is extremely fast and accurate than the minutiae based one.
For Fingerprint thinning, the Block Filter is used, which scans the image at the boundary to preserves the quality of the image and extract the minutiae from the thinned image. The false matching ratio is better compared to the existing algorithm.
Key-words: Fingerprint Recognition, Binarization, Block Filter Method, Matching score and Minutia. Computational Vision and Bio Inspired Computing (Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics Book 28) (English Edition) eBook: Hemanth, Format: Kindle.Training curve of the identity recognition based on three emotions for different algorithms: (a) DE-CNN algorithm and (b) CNN-LSTM algorithm.
It is found that the obtained results of the two methods in 14–31 Hz and 4–40 Hz have little difference in the final accuracy, while the processes of the training have a significant difference.Authored Books.
Dr. Bhanu is the author of the following books: Human Recognition at a Distance in Video ; Human Ear Recognition by Computer ; Synthesis of Pattern Recognition Systems ; Computational Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition ; Genetic Learning for Adaptive Image Segmentation ; Qualitative Motion Understanding.