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Palmprint recognition using a modified competitive code with distinctive extended neighbourhood

Palmprint recognition using a modified competitive code with distinctive extended neighbourhood

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In recent years, palmprint recognition has made great progress and many methods have been put forward. The extraction of robust orientation features and finding efficient matching strategies are two key points for palmprint recognition. Traditional coding methods usually only use a dominant filter response to extract orientation features of palmprint images while not taking into account the other useful filter responses. Without increasing the number of filers, this study presents a modified Competitive Code to extract orientation features more accurately, which makes use of the relation between the filter responses. Besides, a distinctive extended eight-pixel neighbourhood method is proposed to select the sample points for matching by extracting the local features. At the matching stage, an effective fusion matching scheme with a double-layer image pyramid is designed to calculate the similarity between two palmprint images. Extensive experiments on four types of public palmprint databases show that the proposed method has excellent performance compared with the other state-of-the-art algorithms.

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