PALM VEIN AUTHENTICATION TECHNOLOGY
Palm vein authentication has high level of accuracy because it is located inside the body and does not change over the life and cannot be stolen. These papers present an analysis of palm vein pattern recognition algorithms, techniques, methodologies and system. It discusses the technical aspects of recent approaches for the following processes; detection of region of interest (ROI), segment of palm vein pattern, features extraction, and matching. The results show that, there is no benchmark database exists for palm vein recognition. For all processes, there are many machine learning techniques with very high accuracy.
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