Generating and analyzing synthetic finger vein images

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Hillerström, Fieke; Kumar, Ajay; Veldhuis, Raymond N.J.;
  • Publisher: Gesellschaft für Informatik
  • Subject: Biometrics | SCS-Safety | EWI-25067 | Finger vein recognition | METIS-306026 | IR-91810 | synthetic vein patterns
    mesheuropmc: cardiovascular system | body regions

Abstract: The finger-vein biometric offers higher degree of security, personal privacy and strong anti-spoofing capabilities than most other biometric modalities employed today. Emerging privacy concerns with the database acquisition and lack of availability of large sc... View more
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