Keypoint Description by Symmetry Assessment–Applications in Biometrics

@inproceedings{AlonsoFernandez2015KeypointDB,
  title={Keypoint Description by Symmetry Assessment–Applications in Biometrics},
  author={Fernando Alonso-Fernandez and Anna Mikaelyan and Josef Bigun},
  year={2015}
}
Automatic feature extraction still remains a relevant image and signal processing problem even tough both the field and technologies are developing rapidly. Images of low quality, where it is extremely difficult to reliably process image information automatically, are of special interest. To such images we can refer forensic fingerprints, which are left unintentionally on different surfaces andare contaminated by several of the most difficult noise types. For this reason, identification of… CONTINUE READING

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