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Synthetic Periocular Iris PAI from a Small Set of Near-Infrared-Images

  title={Synthetic Periocular Iris PAI from a Small Set of Near-Infrared-Images},
  author={Jose Maureira and Juan E. Tapia and Claudia Arellano and Christoph Busch},
Biometric has been increasing in relevance these days since it can be used for several applications such as access control for instance. Unfortunately, with the increased deployment of biometric applications we observe an increase of attacks. Therefore, algorithms to detect such attacks (Presentention Attack Detection (PAD)) have been increasing in relevance. The LivDet-2020 competition which focus on Presentation Attacks Detection (PAD) algorithms have shown still open problems, specially for… Expand

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