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Fingerprint Recognition

Dept. of Computer Science (January 12, 2017)

CONFERENCE / SYMPOSIUM : IAPR/IEEE Winter School on Biometrics

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MAJOR SPEAKER : Feng, Jianjiang
LENGTH : 83 min.
ACCESS : Open to all
SUMMARY : Fingerprint recognition is widely used in forensic and civilian applications for verifying or identifying one's identity. Despite of its wide application, there still exist several challenging and important research problems. This tutorial will give an introduction to the basics of fingerprint recognition as well as discuss the recent developments in the field. The tutorial will contain two parts. In the first part, basic methods for major modules (including sensing, feature extraction and matching) in a fingerprint recognition system will be introduced. In the second part, the challenges of fingerprint recognition will be discussed and the recent developments in this area will be presented, including enhancement of low quality fingerprints, rectification and registration of distorted fingerprints, and indexing of large fingerprint database.  [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]

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