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Presented by<br />Ms. Madhuri Undre, <br />Mr. Swarup Kulkarni<br />From<br />MCA II, Dept. of Comp. Eng.<br />BRACT’s<br ...
Contents:<br />Introduction<br />The Eye<br />Iris Recognition system<br />Applications<br />Advantages<br />Comparison wi...
Identification/Authentication<br />Need<br />Different Techniques<br />Traditional<br />Intermediate<br />Latest<br />3<br...
Biometrics<br />2/27/2009<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />4<br />
The Eye<br />One of most important organ<br />Expresses: emotions, confidence, truthfulness<br />Comprises of Iris, pupil,...
Iris Recognition<br />6<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
Iris Recognition continued...<br />2/27/2009<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />7<br />Image acquisition<br />Distance<b...
Iris Recognition continued...<br />Processing of image<br />Iris localization<br /><ul><li>Calculating Boundaries</li></ul...
Sharpening</li></ul>Image before enhancement<br />Image after enhancement<br />8<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27...
Iris Recognition continued...<br />Feature Extraction<br />512 bytes Iris Code<br />500,000 templates per second<br />Iris...
Iris Recognition continued...<br />Matching Iris pattern<br />Comparison of two Iris Codes<br />Statistical Independence<b...
Applications<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />11<br />ATM  - Used since 1997 in UK, US, Japan, etc.<br />Airports – Em...
Advantages<br />Iris pattern – extremely complex<br />Patterns are individual – even in twins<br />Patterns – identical th...
Comparison<br />13<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
Conclusion<br />Excellent Recognition System.<br />One of the most Robust ways of Identification.<br />Enhanced suitabilit...
References<br />www.sciencedirect.com<br />Dr. Mustafa H. Dahshan, Computer Engineering Department, College of Computer & ...
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  1. 1. Presented by<br />Ms. Madhuri Undre, <br />Mr. Swarup Kulkarni<br />From<br />MCA II, Dept. of Comp. Eng.<br />BRACT’s<br />Vishwakarma Institute of Technology,<br />Pune<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />
  2. 2. Contents:<br />Introduction<br />The Eye<br />Iris Recognition system<br />Applications<br />Advantages<br />Comparison with other techniques<br />Conclusion<br />References<br />2<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  3. 3. Identification/Authentication<br />Need<br />Different Techniques<br />Traditional<br />Intermediate<br />Latest<br />3<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  4. 4. Biometrics<br />2/27/2009<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />4<br />
  5. 5. The Eye<br />One of most important organ<br />Expresses: emotions, confidence, truthfulness<br />Comprises of Iris, pupil, sclera<br />Iris gives color, beauty as well as Identity<br />5<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  6. 6. Iris Recognition<br />6<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  7. 7. Iris Recognition continued...<br />2/27/2009<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />7<br />Image acquisition<br />Distance<br />Light<br />Camera<br />
  8. 8. Iris Recognition continued...<br />Processing of image<br />Iris localization<br /><ul><li>Calculating Boundaries</li></ul>Normalization<br /><ul><li>Cartesian to Polar</li></ul>Enhancement of images<br /><ul><li>Non-uniform illumination
  9. 9. Sharpening</li></ul>Image before enhancement<br />Image after enhancement<br />8<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  10. 10. Iris Recognition continued...<br />Feature Extraction<br />512 bytes Iris Code<br />500,000 templates per second<br />IrisCode generation<br />9<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  11. 11. Iris Recognition continued...<br />Matching Iris pattern<br />Comparison of two Iris Codes<br />Statistical Independence<br />Hamming Distance<br />10<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  12. 12. Applications<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />11<br />ATM - Used since 1997 in UK, US, Japan, etc.<br />Airports – Employee, passenger identification <br />Prison transfers and releases<br />Online shopping<br />Online voting<br />2/27/2009<br />
  13. 13. Advantages<br />Iris pattern – extremely complex<br />Patterns are individual – even in twins<br />Patterns – identical through out the life<br />Works even user wares – sunglasses, contact lenses<br />Imitation almost impossible<br />Very resistant to false matching(1/1.2 million) and fraud<br />12<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  14. 14. Comparison<br />13<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  15. 15. Conclusion<br />Excellent Recognition System.<br />One of the most Robust ways of Identification.<br />Enhanced suitability.<br />Imitation is almost impossible due to complexity.<br />Impossibility of surgically modifying without the risk of vision – hence Fraud Resistant.<br />14<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  16. 16. References<br />www.sciencedirect.com<br />Dr. Mustafa H. Dahshan, Computer Engineering Department, College of Computer & Information Sciences, King Saud University.<br />John Daugman. “How Iris Recognition Works”, IEEE Transaction paper, Vol. 14, JANUARY 2004<br /> www.wikipedia.com<br /> IRIS Recognition, www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~jgd1000/iris_recognition.html<br /> Biometrics, scgwww.epfl.ch/courses/Biometrics-Lectures-2007-2008-pdf/07-Biometrics-Lecture-7-Part2-2-2007-11-05.pdf<br />www.biometrics.gov/Documents/IrisRec.pdf<br />Biometrics the Ultimate Reference by John D. Woodward-Jr., Nicholas M. Orlans, Peter T. Higgins. Dreamtech press.<br />15<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
  17. 17. THANK YOU!<br />16<br />The Inbuilt Password: Iris<br />2/27/2009<br />
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