Iris recognition

Cheung, Frankin (1999). Iris recognition B.Sc Thesis, School of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, The University of Queensland.

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Author Cheung, Frankin
Thesis Title Iris recognition
School, Centre or Institute School of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 1999
Thesis type B.Sc Thesis
Supervisor Dr Brian Lovell
Total pages 36
Language eng
Subjects 0906 Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Formatted abstract

A study of a human recognition by use of biometrics known as Iris Recognition is provided. Based on the technology invented by Dr. John G. Daugman, an attempt of implementing a workable system was made. Although the attempt did not succeed in every aspect, “Iris Recognition” is forecast to play a role in a wide range of other applications in which a person's identity must be established or confirmed. These include passport control, electronic commerce, entitlements payments, premises entry, access to privileged information, authorizations, forensic and police applications, computer login, or any other transaction in which personal identification currently relies just on special possessions or secrets (keys, cards, documents, passwords, PINs).

Keyword Iris recognition
Additional Notes * 4th year electrical engineering theses and information technology abstracts. 1999

Document type: Thesis
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