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BIOMETRICS: PALM Print Verification using LABVIew epub ebook

by Vivek Chaudhary,Sunil Kumar Singla

BIOMETRICS: PALM Print Verification using LABVIew epub ebook

Author: Vivek Chaudhary,Sunil Kumar Singla
Category: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (January 17, 2011)
Pages: 128 pages
ISBN: 3843390223
ISBN13: 978-3843390224
Rating: 4.1
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ECG based biometrics verification system using LabVIEW.

ECG based biometrics verification system using LabVIEW. In a biometric verification system, human’s biological parameters (such as voice, finger print, palm print or hand geometry, face, iris et. are used to verify the authenticity of a person. These parameters are good to be used as biometric parameters but do not provide the guarantee that the person is present and alive. As voice can be copied, finger print can be picked from glass on synthetic skin and in face recognition system due to genetic factors identical twins or father-son may have the same facial appearance.

Sunil Kumar Singla 1 and Ankit Sharma 2. 1 Department of Electrical . 1 Department of Electrical & Instrumentation Engineering, Thapar University, Patiala, India. based biometrics verification system which was developed using Laboratory Virtual Instruments Engineering Workbench. LabVIEW) version . is discussed. Experiments were conducted on the database stored in the laboratory of 20 individuals. verification system using LabVIEW is given in Figure 1. As. shown in the diagram various steps for verification includes. collection of ECG signal from the body using surface.

The palm print is the first defining characteristics and natural method to be used for recognition. The availability of datalog files in LabVIEW makes it one of the most promising candidate for its usage as a database. Moreover, ease acceptance and non invasive nature as compared to other biometric traits make it a preferable trait to be used for authentication. In this book, an automated approach to palm print recognition has been developed and discussed. Particular emphasis has been given to the alignment method, for which a new alignment algorithm has been proposed

BIOMETRICS, 978-3-8433-9022-4, 9783843390224, 3843390223, Электроника, электротехника, коммуникационные технологии, The development of accurate and reliable security systems is a matter of wide interest, and in this context biometrics has seen as a . .

BIOMETRICS, 978-3-8433-9022-4, 9783843390224, 3843390223, Электроника, электротехника, коммуникационные технологии, The development of accurate and reliable security systems is a matter of wide interest, and in this context biometrics has seen as a highly effective automatic mechanism for personal authentication. The palm print is the first defining characteristics and natural method to be used for recognition.

Books 2011 Biometrics- Palmprint verification using LabVIEW, LAP Lambert .

Books 2011 Biometrics- Palmprint verification using LabVIEW, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ISBN 978-3-8433-9022-4, Saarbrücken, Germany 2011. Ankit Sharma, Sunil Kumar Singla. Biometrics based authentication system provides better security solutions than conventional systems. But, some biological parameters that are used as biometric do not provide the guarantee of th. More).

Speaker Verification using LabVIEW Simarpreet Kaur Assistant Professor .

Speaker Verification using LabVIEW Simarpreet Kaur Assistant Professor (ECE) BBSBEC Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab Purnima ECE Dept. PEC, Chandigarh ABSTRACT The speaker verification is a process of verifying. It performs one to one comparison between a newly input voice print and the voice print for the claimed identity that is stored in the database. In this paper, linear predictive coding co-efficient has been used for formant detection. The peak frequencies in the frequency response of vocal tract are formants, which is being detected and compared for verification

Personal Verification Using Palmprint an - Personal.

Personal Verification Using Palmprint an - Personal. School Hacettepe Üniversitesi. Unlike other bimodal biometric systems, the users do not have to undergo the inconvenience of using two different sensors since the palmprint and hand geometry features can be acquired from the same image, using a digital camera, at the same time. Each of these gray level images are aligned and then used to extract palmprint and hand geometry features. These features are then examined for their individual and combined performances.

Download Now. saveSave Palm Authentication Using Biometric System For . saveSave Palm Authentication Using Biometric System For Later. Palm print provides abundant and stable attributes, such as principal lines, wrinkles, minutiae, delta points, et. to palm print recognition system. Palm prints are believed to have the critical properties of universality, uniqueness, and collectability for personal authentication.

The development of accurate and reliable security systems is a matter of wide interest, and in this context biometrics has seen as a highly effective automatic mechanism for personal authentication. Many research groups are working on the development of the different authentication systems such as the fingerprint, iris, hand, palm print etc. by using biometrics. The palm print is the first defining characteristics and natural method to be used for recognition. Moreover, ease acceptance and non invasive nature as compared to other biometric traits make it a preferable trait to be used for authentication.In this book, an automated approach to palm print recognition has been developed and discussed. Particular emphasis has been given to the alignment method, for which a new alignment algorithm has been proposed. The proposed system is reliable and user friendly as it is developed in LabVIEW 6i. The availability of datalog files in LabVIEW makes it one of the most promising candidate for its usage as a database.
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