Comparison to Other Biometrics

Comparison to Other Biometrics - Correlation of Visual and...

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Comparison to Other Biometrics False Negatives: IRID systems are expected to falsely reject only individuals who have new gross thermal condition (sunburn) or facial surgery. False Accepts: - Depend on quality of imaging. - Prior matching, cold pixels (background, hair, eyeglasses) are converted to random noise. - Correlation matching of image or its parts.
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Unformatted text preview: Correlation of Visual and Infrared Images:- matching methods can use visible data bases;- common features: positions of nose, eyes, hair, head shape- IR lacks color of the skin, hair, and eyes- provides detailed anatomical information- For each IR image system can eliminate all visual images that do not match (95%)....
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