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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Multimodal Biometric Recognition System For Efficient Authentication Using MATLAB

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AUTHOR(S)

A.Jagadeesan, R.Dhanasekar, M.Kalaiyarasi

 

KEYWORDS

Unimodal Biometric, Image Pre-processing step 1– Image Denoising (Restoration) 2d Hybrid Bilateral Filter, Image Enhancement using Wavelet Transform and Short Time Fourier Transform (Hybrid Transformation), Face Recognition Using PCA Eigen Matrix Principle

 

ABSTRACT

Unimodal biometric framework has pulled in different analysts and made incredible progress. Unimodal framework alone will be unable to meet the expanding prerequisite of high precision in the present biometric framework. Single biometric frameworks experience the ill effects of numerous difficulties, for example, loud information, non-all inclusiveness and satire assaults. Multimodal biometric frameworks can illuminate these confinements successfully by utilizing at least two individual modalities. In this strategy combination of iris, fingerprint and face qualities are utilized with the end goal to enhance the exact security of the framework and to recognize the human. The principle intention is to investigate whether the combination of iris, fingerprint and face biometric can accomplish execution that may not be conceivable utilizing a solitary biometric technology. The framework is connected at the coordinating score level, with different standardization and combination run the show. The individual coordinating scores produced in the wake of coordinating of question pictures with database pictures are passed to the combination module. Combination module performs score standardization and combination of standardized scores by weighted whole runs the show. Algorithms used for iris, fingerprint and face traits are Image Pre-Processing Step 1– Image Denoising (Restoration) 2d Hybrid Bilateral Filter, Image Enhancement Using Wavelet Transform And Short Time Fourier Transform (Hybrid Transformation) and Face Recognition Using Pca Eigen Matrix Principle. Coordinating various biometric characteristics enhances acknowledgment execution and lessens fake access. The proposed multimodal biometric framework conquers the impediments of individual biometric frameworks and furthermore meets the reaction time and in addition the precision pre-requisites.

 

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