6 March 2014 Finger multibiometric cryptosystems: fusion strategy and template security
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We address two critical issues in the design of a finger multibiometric system, i.e., fusion strategy and template security. First, three fusion strategies (feature-level, score-level, and decision-level fusions) with the corresponding template protection technique are proposed as the finger multibiometric cryptosystems to protect multiple finger biometric templates of fingerprint, finger vein, finger knuckle print, and finger shape modalities. Second, we theoretically analyze different fusion strategies for finger multibiometric cryptosystems with respect to their impact on security and recognition accuracy. Finally, the performance of finger multibiometric cryptosystems at different fusion levels is investigated on a merged finger multimodal biometric database. The comparative results suggest that the proposed finger multibiometric cryptosystem at feature-level fusion outperforms other approaches in terms of verification performance and template security.
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Jialiang Peng, Jialiang Peng, Qiong Li, Qiong Li, Ahmed A. Abd El-Latif, Ahmed A. Abd El-Latif, Xiamu Niu, Xiamu Niu, } "Finger multibiometric cryptosystems: fusion strategy and template security," Journal of Electronic Imaging 23(2), 023001 (6 March 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JEI.23.2.023001 . Submission:


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