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Iris Recognition Using Non Filter-based Technique

  title={Iris Recognition Using Non Filter-based Technique},
  author={Gaurav Gupta and Mayank Agarwal},
1. Introduction The human iris, an annular part between the pupil and the white sclera is emerging as a highly reliable biometric trait for personal identification. Although the area of the iris is small it has enormous pattern variability which makes it unique for every person and hence leads to high reliability. Modern cameras that are used for acquiring iris are less intrusive compared to earlier iris scanning devices and public awareness of system reliability and difficulty to circumvent is… 

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