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Performance Evaluation of a Biometric System Based on Acoustic Images
AbstractAn acoustic electronic scanning array for acquiring images from a person using a biometric application is developed. Based on pulse-echo techniques, multifrequency acoustic images are obtained for a set of positions of a person (front, front with arms outstretched, back and side). Two Uniform Linear Arrays (ULA) with 15 l/2-equispaced sensors have been employed, using different spatial apertures in order to reduce sidelobe levels. Working frequencies have been designed on the basis of the main lobe width, the grating lobe levels and the frequency responses of people and sensors. For a case-study with 10 people, the acoustic profiles, formed by all images acquired, are evaluated and compared in a mean square error sense. Finally, system performance, using False Match Rate (FMR)/False Non-Match Rate (FNMR) parameters and the Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) curve, is evaluated. On the basis of the obtained results, this system could be used for biometric applications.
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Izquierdo-Fuente, A.; del Val, L.; Jiménez, M.I.; Villacorta, J.J. Performance Evaluation of a Biometric System Based on Acoustic Images. Sensors 2011, 11, 9499-9519.View more citation formats
Izquierdo-Fuente A, del Val L, Jiménez MI, Villacorta JJ. Performance Evaluation of a Biometric System Based on Acoustic Images. Sensors. 2011; 11(10):9499-9519.Chicago/Turabian Style
Izquierdo-Fuente, Alberto; del Val, Lara; Jiménez, María I.; Villacorta, Juan J. 2011. "Performance Evaluation of a Biometric System Based on Acoustic Images." Sensors 11, no. 10: 9499-9519.
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