Generating One Biometric Feature from Another: Faces from Fingerprints
AbstractThis study presents a new approach based on artificial neural networks for generating one biometric feature (faces) from another (only fingerprints). An automatic and intelligent system was designed and developed to analyze the relationships among fingerprints and faces and also to model and to improve the existence of the relationships. The new proposed system is the first study that generates all parts of the face including eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth, ears and face border from only fingerprints. It is also unique and different from similar studies recently presented in the literature with some superior features. The parameter settings of the system were achieved with the help of Taguchi experimental design technique. The performance and accuracy of the system have been evaluated with 10-fold cross validation technique using qualitative evaluation metrics in addition to the expanded quantitative evaluation metrics. Consequently, the results were presented on the basis of the combination of these objective and subjective metrics for illustrating the qualitative properties of the proposed methods as well as a quantitative evaluation of their performances. Experimental results have shown that one biometric feature can be determined from another. These results have once more indicated that there is a strong relationship between fingerprints and faces. View Full-Text
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Ozkaya, N.; Sagiroglu, S. Generating One Biometric Feature from Another: Faces from Fingerprints. Sensors 2010, 10, 4206-4237.
Ozkaya N, Sagiroglu S. Generating One Biometric Feature from Another: Faces from Fingerprints. Sensors. 2010; 10(5):4206-4237.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ozkaya, Necla; Sagiroglu, Seref. 2010. "Generating One Biometric Feature from Another: Faces from Fingerprints." Sensors 10, no. 5: 4206-4237.