Rotation Invariant Finger Vein Recognition

  title={Rotation Invariant Finger Vein Recognition},
  author={Shaohua Pang and Yilong Yin and Gongping Yang and Yanan Li},
Finger vein patterns have recently been recognized as an effective biometric identifier and many related work can achieve satisfied results. However, these methods usually suppose the database is non-rotated or slightly rotated, which are strict for preprocessing stages, especially for capture. As we all know, user-friendly capture tends to cause the rotation problem, which degrades the recognition performance due to the unregulated images or feature loss. In this paper, we propose a new finger… 
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