Volume 2 Issue 2

IMAGE QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR FAKE BIOMETRIC DETECTION: APPLICATION TO IRIS, FINGERPRINT, AND FACE RECOGNITION (140091)

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Abstract : In this Paper,the actual presence of a real legitimate trait in contrast to a fake self - manufactured synthetic or reconstructed sample is a significant problem in biometric authentication,which requires the development of new and efficient protection measures. In this paper,we present a novel software - based fake detection method that can be used in multiple biometric systems to detect different types of fraudulent access attempts. The obje ctive of the proposed system is to enhance the security of biometric recognition frameworks,by adding livens assessment in a fast,user - friendly,and non - intrusive manner,through the use of image quality assessment. The proposed approach presents a very low degree of complexity,which makes it suitable for real - time applications,using 25 general image quality features extracted from one image (i.e.,the same acquired for authentication purposes) to distinguish between legitimate and impostor samples. The experimental results,obtained on publicly available data sets of fingerprint,iris,and 2D face,show that the proposed method is highly competitive compared with other state - of - the - art approaches and that the analysis of the general image quality of rea l biometric samples reveals highly valuable information that may be very efficiently used to discriminate them from fake traits.

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Modified Date : 2015-02-20

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Ms. Kavita H. Waghmode , Dr. Prof. P.K. Ajmera , "IMAGE QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR FAKE BIOMETRIC DETECTION: APPLICATION TO IRIS, FINGERPRINT, AND FACE RECOGNITION", IJIERT - International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, Volume 2 Issue 2, ISSN : 2394-3696, Page No.