Automatic personal authentication using biometric information is becoming more essential in applications of public security, access control, forensics, banking, etc. Many kinds of biometric authentication techniques have been developed based on different biometric characteristics. This presentation will introduce our research related to hand-based biometrics, including palmprint/fingerprint/knuckle/vein recognition. In particular, hand-based 3D biometrics and multispectral biometrics are presented, which has led to the extensive study of biometric technologies and the development of numerous algorithms, applications, and systems. Some useful achievements could be given to illustrate their effectiveness. [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]
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