Eva Brezinova

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There are many people who suffer from some of the skin diseases. These diseases have a strong influence on the process of fingerprint recognition. People with fingerprint diseases are unable to use fingerprint scanners, which is discriminating for them, since they are not allowed to use their fingerprints for the authentication purposes. First in this paper(More)
This paper is devoted to new optical methods, which are supposed to be used for liveness detection on fingers. First we describe the basics about fake finger use in fingerprint recognition process and the possibilities of liveness detection. Then we continue with introducing three new liveness detection methods, which we developed and tested in the scope of(More)
We present a case of a young 26-year-old woman, who has been suffering from localised scleroderma (morphea) for 15 years. Recently, a lesion on the dorsum of her right foot ulcerated. Based on a CT scan and X-ray a diagnosis of ulcerative osteomyellitis was established. The patient was treated with a combination of antibiotics. Subsequent histological(More)
Fingerprint recognition belongs to one of the most often used biometric technologies world‐ wide. It is believed that fingerprints could be used for the recognition of a person in nearly any case; however there exist many cases, where the fingerprint recognition could not be used. There exist some influencing factors [1] that have an impact to the process(More)
This article describes different skin diseases which could have the influence to the process of fingerprint acquirement. There are many people, who suffer under such diseases and are therefore excluded from the set of users of a biometric system and could not e.g. get a visa to the USA or use an access biometric system installed in a company, where they(More)
1 Faculty of Information Technology, Brno University of Technology, Bozetechova 2, 61266 Brno, Czech Republic 2 International Clinical Research Center, Center of Biomedical Engineering, St. Anne’s University Hospital Brno, Pekarska 53, 656 91 Brno, Czech Republic 3 Department of Dermatology and Venereology, Faculty of Medicine, St. Anne’s University(More)
Atopic dermatitis (AD) leads to severe psychosocial disturbances that are quite frequently underestimated. We evaluate the quality of life (QoL) of adult patients with AD and their family members using DLQI, B-IPQ, FDLQI questionnaires, observe psychopathological features with CAQ II questionnaire and evaluate correlations between QoL, psychological(More)
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