1 March 2006 Use of one-dimensional iris signatures to rank iris pattern similarities
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Optical Engineering, 45(3), 037201 (2006). doi:10.1117/1.2181140
Abstract
A one-dimensional approach to iris recognition is presented. It is translation-, rotation-, illumination-, and scale-invariant. Traditional iris recognition systems typically use a two-dimensional iris signature that requires circular rotation for pattern matching. The new approach uses the Du measure as a matching mechanism, and generates a set of the most probable matches (ranks) instead of only the best match. Since the method generates one-dimensional signatures that are rotation-invariant, the system could work with eyes that are tilted. Moreover, the system will work with less of the iris than commercial systems, and thus could enable partial-iris recognition. In addition, this system is more tolerant of noise. Finally, this method is simple to implement, and its computational complexity is relatively low.
Yingzi Du, Robert Ives, Delores M. Etter, Thad Welch, "Use of one-dimensional iris signatures to rank iris pattern similarities," Optical Engineering 45(3), 037201 (1 March 2006). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.2181140
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