Finger Vein Recognition Based on a Personalized Best Bit Map
AbstractFinger vein patterns have recently been recognized as an effective biometric identifier. In this paper, we propose a finger vein recognition method based on a personalized best bit map (PBBM). Our method is rooted in a local binary pattern based method and then inclined to use the best bits only for matching. We first present the concept of PBBM and the generating algorithm. Then we propose the finger vein recognition framework, which consists of preprocessing, feature extraction, and matching. Finally, we design extensive experiments to evaluate the effectiveness of our proposal. Experimental results show that PBBM achieves not only better performance, but also high robustness and reliability. In addition, PBBM can be used as a general framework for binary pattern based recognition. View Full-Text
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Yang, G.; Xi, X.; Yin, Y. Finger Vein Recognition Based on a Personalized Best Bit Map. Sensors 2012, 12, 1738-1757.
Yang G, Xi X, Yin Y. Finger Vein Recognition Based on a Personalized Best Bit Map. Sensors. 2012; 12(2):1738-1757.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yang, Gongping; Xi, Xiaoming; Yin, Yilong. 2012. "Finger Vein Recognition Based on a Personalized Best Bit Map." Sensors 12, no. 2: 1738-1757.