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Half Iris versus Circular Iris Matching

@inproceedings{Omran2015HalfIV,
  title={Half Iris versus Circular Iris Matching},
  author={Safaa S. Omran and Aqeel A. Al-Hilali},
  year={2015}
}
Iris recognition system provides automatic identification of an individual based on a unique feature. Ridge Energy Detection (RED) algorithm is one of the most accurate identification method to detect the iris features today. RED algorithm is applied on rectangle iris that generated from the normalization process. RED algorithm constructed a template contains the features of the iris by using two type of filter (horizontal and vertical). This paper generated two different iris templates, one of… 
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