Perspective Multiplication for Multi-Perspective Enrolment in Finger Vein Recognition
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ISSN der Zeitschrift
BIOSIG 2019 - Proceedings of the 18th International Conference of the Biometrics Special Interest Group
Regular Research Papers
Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.
Finger vein recognition deals with the identification of subjects based on their venous pattern within the fingers. It has been shown that its recognition accuracy heavily depends on a good alignment of the acquired samples. There are several approaches that try to reduce the impact of finger misplacement. However, none of this approaches is able to prevent all possible types of finger misplacements. As finger vein scanners are evolving towards contact-less acquisition, alignment problems, especially due to longitudinal finger rotation, are becoming even more important. One way to tackle this problem is capturing the vein structure from different perspectives during enrolment, but cost and complexity of capturing devices increases with the number of involved cameras. In this article, a new method to reduce the number of cameras needed for multi-perspective enrolment is presented. The reduction is achieved by introducing additional pseudo perspectives in-between two adjacent cameras. The obtained perspectives are used for additional comparisons during authentication. This way, the complexity of the enrolment devices can be reduced while keeping the recognition performance at a high level.