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Human Recognition based on Retinal Bifurcations and Modified Correlation Function

  title={Human Recognition based on Retinal Bifurcations and Modified Correlation Function},
  author={Amin Dehghani},
  • A. Dehghani
  • Published 18 September 2021
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
Nowadays high security is an important issue for most of the secure places and recent advances increase the needs of high-security systems. Therefore, needs to high security for controlling and permitting the allowable people to enter the high secure places, increases and extends the use of conventional recognition methods. Therefore, a novel identification method using retinal images is proposed in this paper. For this purpose, new mathematical functions are applied on corners and bifurcations… Expand

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