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|Title:||Wavelet-based fingerprint image retrieval|
|Authors:||Montoya Zegarra, Javier|
da Silva Torres, Ricardo
|Keywords:||Content based retrieval;Filter banks;Information retrieval;Textures;Wavelet decomposition;Content-based image retrieval;Data sets;Feature vectors;Fingerprint images;Fingerprints;Gabor wavelets;Orthogonal filter banks;Personal identifications;Query images;Retrieval accuracies;Retrieval effectiveness;Retrieval systems;Search spaces;Similarity measurements;Similarity measures|
|Abstract:||This paper presents a novel approach for personal identification based on a wavelet-based fingerprint retrieval system which encompasses three image retrieval tasks, namely, feature extraction, similarity measurement, and feature indexing. We propose the use of different types of Wavelets for representing and describing the textural information presented in fingerprint images in a compact way. For that purpose, the feature vectors used to characterize the fingerprints are obtained by computing the mean and the standard deviation of the decomposed images in the wavelet domain. These feature vectors are used both to retrieve the most similar fingerprints, given a query image, and their indexation is used to reduce the search spaces of candidate images. The different types of Wavelets used in our study include: Gabor wavelets, tree-structured wavelet decomposition using both orthogonal and bi-orthogonal filter banks, as well as the steerable wavelets. To evaluate the retrieval accuracy of the proposed approach, a total number of eight different data sets were considered. We also took into account different combinations of the above wavelets with six similarity measures. The results show that the Gabor wavelets combined with the Square Chord similarity measure achieves the best retrieval effectiveness. © 2008 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||Artículos - Ciencia de la computación|
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