Corpus ID: 412142

Eye Based Authentication : Iris and Retina Recognition

  title={Eye Based Authentication : Iris and Retina Recognition},
  author={M. Zibran},
Biometric authentication comes in play to release the users from the difficulties of remembering and protecting passwords as required by traditional authentication systems. Among all the biometrics in use today, eye biometrics (iris and retina) offers the highest level of uniqueness, universality, permanence, and accuracy. Despite these convincing properties of iris and retina biometrics, they have not been in widespread use. Moreover, humans have more or less a natural ability to recognize… Expand
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