Aycan Yuksel

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Many biometric systems, such as face, fingerprint and iris have been studied extensively for personal verification and identification purposes. Biometric identification with vein patterns is a more recent approach that uses the vast network of blood vessels underneath a person's skin. These patterns in the hands are assumed to be unique to each individual(More)
Vein Pattern is the vast network of blood vessels underneath a person's skin. Anatomically, the shape of vascular patterns in the back of the hand is unique to the individual [1]; even for identical twins and it remains stable over a long period. The properties of uniqueness, stability and strong immunity to forgery of the vein pattern make it a potentially(More)
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