Cancelable Biometric Template Generation Using Convolutional Autoencoder

@inproceedings{Siddhad2020CancelableBT,
  title={Cancelable Biometric Template Generation Using Convolutional Autoencoder},
  author={Gourav Siddhad and Pritee Khanna and Aparajita Ojha},
  booktitle={International Conference on Computer Vision and Image Processing},
  year={2020}
}

Max-min threshold-based cancelable biometric templates for low-end devices

In this work, features extracted using Log-Gabor filters are processed according to the proposed max-min thresholding, and the resulting binary features are transformed by random projection on a key matrix to create a cancelable template.

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