PalmHashing: a novel approach for cancelable biometrics

@article{Tee2005PalmHashingAN,
  title={PalmHashing: a novel approach for cancelable biometrics},
  author={Connie Tee and Andrew Beng-Jin Teoh and Michael Goh Kah Ong and David Chek Ling Ngo},
  journal={Inf. Process. Lett.},
  year={2005},
  volume={93},
  pages={1-5}
}
We propose a novel cancelable biometric approach, known as PalmHashing, to solve the non-revocable biometric proposed method hashes palmprint templates with a set of pseudo-random keys to obtain a unique code called palmhash. The palmhash code can be stored in portable devices such tokens and smartcards for verification. Multiple sets of palmha can be maintained in multiple applications. Thus the privacy and security of the applications can be greatly enhance compromised, revocation can also be… CONTINUE READING
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