Palmprint Recognition based on Regions Selection

@inproceedings{Jemaa2011PalmprintRB,
  title={Palmprint Recognition based on Regions Selection},
  author={Salma Ben Jemaa and Mohamed Hammami},
  booktitle={VISAPP},
  year={2011}
}
Palmprint recognition, as a reliable personal identity method, has been received increasing attention and become an area of intense research during recent years. In this paper, we propose a generic biometric system that can be adopted with or without contact depending of the capture system to ensure public security based on identification with palmprint. This system is based on a new global approach which is to focus only on areas of the image having the most discriminating features for… CONTINUE READING

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