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Palmprint recognition using state-of-the-art local texture descriptors: a comparative study

Abstract : Several human being traits can be used as a robust and distinctive identifier for a given person. The palm region of the hand is one of these features that researchers in biometric fields have given a huge consideration in recent years. Many works have been proposed in the literature to design palmprint (an image acquired of the palm region) recognition framework. Extraction of prominent image local features is a critical module in most of these approaches. Local Binary Patterns (LBP) like methods, have emerged as one of the most effective feature extraction techniques. Despite a period of remarkable evolution, neither extensive and comprehensive evaluation nor comparison has been performed to date on a large number of LBP variants and non-LBP texture methods in palmprint recognition problem. Motivated by this, this paper aims to fill that gap and provide a comprehensive comparative study of the performance of a large number of recent texture descriptors in palmprint recognition. Extensive experimental results on the well-known constrained and unconstrained challenging palmprint databases, indicate that a number of tested local texture descriptors, which are evaluated for the first time on palmprint recognition, achieve promising results. Classification results are statistically compared through Wilcoxon signed rank test.
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Abdellatif El Idrissi, Youssef El Merabet, Yassine Ruichek. Palmprint recognition using state-of-the-art local texture descriptors: a comparative study. IET Biometrics, The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2020, 9 (4), pp.143-153. ⟨10.1049/iet-bmt.2019.0103⟩. ⟨hal-02889123⟩

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