Detecting Invalid Samples in Hand Geometry Verification through Geometric Measurements

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The performance of an automatic hand geometry authentication system relies heavily on the quality of the captured hand images. Factors related to the acquisition device (e.g. dirty scanner surface) or the usersensor interaction process (e.g. hand positioning) can degrade the quality of the acquired sample. Therefore, upon capture of a hand sample it is… (More)

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@article{Burgues2010DetectingIS, title={Detecting Invalid Samples in Hand Geometry Verification through Geometric Measurements}, author={Javier Burgues and Julian Fi{\'e}rrez and Daniel C. Ramos and Maria Puertas and Javier Ortega-Garcia}, journal={2010 International Workshop on Emerging Techniques and Challenges for Hand-Based Biometrics}, year={2010}, pages={1-6} }