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Low-quality fingerprint classification using deep neural network
journal contributionposted on 10.06.2019 by Pavlo Tertychnyi, Cagri Ozcinar, Gholamreza Anbarjafari
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Fingerprint recognition systems mainly use minutiae points information. As shown in many previous research works, fingerprint images do not always have good quality to be used by automatic fingerprint recognition systems. To tackle this challenge, in this work, the authors are focusing on very low-quality fingerprint images, which contain several well-known distortions such as dryness, wetness, physical damage, presence of dots, and blurriness. They develop an efficient, with high accuracy, deep neural network algorithm, which recognises such low-quality fingerprints. The experimental results have been obtained from the real low-quality fingerprint database, and the achieved results show the high performance and robustness of the introduced deep network technique. The VGG16-based deep network achieves the highest performance of 93% for dry and the lowest performance of 84% for blurred fingerprint classes.
This work was partially supported by Estonian Research Council Grant PUT638, the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBITAK) 1001 Project (116E097), the COST Action IC1307 iV&L Net (European Network on Integrating Vision and Language) supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology), and the Estonian Centre of Excellence in IT (EXCITE) funded by the European Regional Development Fund
- Loughborough University London