Ear Biometrics Based on Geometrical Feature Extraction

@inproceedings{Micha2005EarBB,
  title={Ear Biometrics Based on Geometrical Feature Extraction},
  author={Micha and Chora},
  year={2005}
}
  • Micha, Chora
  • Published 2005
Biometrics identification methods proved to be very efficient, more natural and easy for users than traditional methods of human identification. In fact, only biometrics methods truly identify humans, not keys and cards they posses or passwords they should remember. The future of biometrics will surely lead to systems based on image analysis as the data acquisition is very simple and requires only cameras, scanners or sensors. More importantly such methods could be passive, which means that the… CONTINUE READING
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