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Iris Analysis for Biometric Recognition Systems

Bodade, Rajesh M., Talbar, Sanjay

2014, XIX, 109 p. 63 illus.

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  • Presents conceptual explanation with appropriate suitable figures and supported by empirical studies and statistical success verifications
  • Discusses step-by-step approach for design and implementation of Dual Tree Complex Wavelet Transform (DTCWT) plus Rotated Complex Wavelet Filters (RCWF)
  • Mentions novel approach of iris segmentation which also leads to aliveness detection method

The book presents three most significant areas in Biometrics and Pattern Recognition. A step-by-step approach for design and implementation of Dual Tree Complex Wavelet Transform (DTCWT) plus Rotated Complex Wavelet Filters (RCWF) is discussed in detail. In addition to the above, the book provides detailed analysis of iris images and two methods of iris segmentation. It also discusses simplified study of some subspace-based methods and distance measures for iris recognition backed by empirical studies and statistical success verifications.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Dual Tree Complex Wavelet Transform - Iris Analysis - Iris Recognition - Iris Segmentation - Pupil Dynamics - Rotated Complex Wavelet Filters

Related subjects » Computational Intelligence and Complexity - Image Processing - Signals & Communication

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