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Human Identification Using Finger Dorsal Pattern

Publication Date : 31/03/2015

Author(s) :

Supriya Sanjay Kshirsagar , Pooja Moon , Pooja Korde , Bhagyashree Suryawanshi.

Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
Issue 3
(03 - 2015)

Abstract :

 In human forensics and bio-metrics identification of human using finger knuckle pattern is generating interest. Previously in bio-metrics, human identification is only done by using major finger knuckle images which is formed on finger dorsal surface by joining proximal phalanx and middle phalanx bones. This system also possible to use minor finger knuckle images which formed on finger dorsal surface joining distal phalanx and middle phalanx bones. The minor finger knuckle pattern is either used independently in bio-metrics or to improve performance of major finger knuckle pattern. A completely automated approach for the minor finger knuckle identification is developed by using key steps like region of interest segmentation, image normalization, enhancement, and robust matching to accommodate image variations. This system introduces a new or first publicly available database for minor and major finger knuckle images from 503 different subjects. Several open questions on the stability and uniqueness of finger knuckle patterns should be addressed before knuckle pattern/image evidence can be admissible as supportive evidence in a court of law. Stability of finger knuckle images is within 4-7 years.

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Human Identification Using Finger Dorsal Pattern

March 31, 2015