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The DOF problem in iris acquisition systems

This is the third post in the series on Iris acquisition for biometrics. In the first and the second posts we saw that, at least in theory, iris recognition is an ideal biometric, and we went through some of the desirable properties of an iris acquisition system. 1,644 more words

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Desirable properties of iris acquisition systems

In my last post, I described briefly how iris recognition works. I also described the four main modules that make up a general iris recognition system. 2,009 more words

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Primer on iris recognition

As part of my PhD research, I am working on  extending the depth-of-field of iris recognition cameras. In a series of blog posts (in the near future) I would like to share some of the things that I have learnt during the project. 1,931 more words

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Fiction to Fact - Facial Recognition

Does anyone really want personalized advertising as they walk down a street or through a store? Facial recognition has been around for decades, but the sci-fi movie… 353 more words

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Intel Capital puts $28M into Chinese Android, wearables, biometrics and M2M firms

Intel Capital, the U.S. chip firm’s venture capital arm, has invested $28 million into Chinese biometrics, internet of things, wearables and in-game communications firms – and also the developer of a major Chinese Android fork. 313 more words

A Review on Iris Segmentation Based On Eyelid Detection for Non Ideal Images

Sonia Singla

Punjabi University, YCOE (Talwandi Sabo), Punjab (INDIA)



Recently, Iris recognition systems have gained increased attention especially in non-cooperative environments. One of the crucial steps in the iris recognition system is the iris segmentation because it significantly affects the accuracy of the feature extraction and iris matching steps. 266 more words

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