A Novel Approach For Generating Face Template Using Bda

  title={A Novel Approach For Generating Face Template Using Bda},
  author={Shraddha S. Shinde and Anagha P. Khedkar},
In identity management system, commonly used biometric recognition system needs attention towards issue of biometric template protection as far as more reliable solution is concerned. In view of this biometric template protection algorithm should satisfy security, discriminability and cancelability. As no single template protection method is capable of satisfying the basic requirements, a novel technique for face template generation and protection is proposed. The novel approach is proposed to… 

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