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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND METHODS IN APPLIED SCIENCES Comparative Evaluation on Iris Recognition Performance

By Bens Pardamean and Ingrid Christiani

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Abstract — The study is to compare the performance of iris recognition software between the open source (Libor Masek) and the commercially available (VeriEye by Neurotechnology). There are five processes to evaluate the performance: 1) resize the images’ resolution from 1280 x 960 to 640 x 480; 2) convert the images from JPEG2000 to JPEG format; 3) convert the images into grayscales; 4) run the images with both Libor Masek’s and VeriEye software; 5) measure the performance of the two software using Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) plot and the operational time framework. The ROC plots show that VeriEye software performs better than Libor Masek’s. There is significant difference in the processing time between the two software

Topics: Biometric, Iris recognition, Libor Masek, VeriEye
Year: 2013
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