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Journal of Global Research in Computer Sciences
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Research Article

Cloud Software as a Service with Iris Authentication

D.Kesavaraja*1, D.Sasireka 2, D.Jeyabharathi3
  1. Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Dr Sivanthi Aditanar College of Engineering, Tiruchendur, Tamilnadu,India
  2. Department of Information Technology,PSN College of Engineering and Technology , Tirunelveli Tamilnadu,India
  3. Department of Computer Science and Engineering,Einstein College of Engineering, Tirunelveli Tamilnadu,India
Corresponding Author: D.Kesavaraja, E-mail: [email protected].com
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Abstract

Cloud computing provides amble opportunity in many areas. In our Cloud Data Server provides fast and reliable software service to its clients.In that service authentication for identifying authorized user as a major issue. So we proposed a novel security mechanism named as iris cloud verification. The Cloud Iris Verification System(CIVS) enables authorized user to access software as a service from cloud server. It is suggested in recent biometric literature that human irises might be as distinct as fingerprints for different individuals, leading to the idea that iris patterns may contain unique identification features. An CIVS compares a newly acquired iris pattern with a retrieved iris pattern from a data base to decide if they originated from the same eye. Iris patterns are collected from images of the eye. Our system proposes novel and efficient cloud iris recognition method that employs cumulative SUM based grey change analysis. Iris recognition includes security to cloud server from unauthorized access. We demonstrate the effectiveness and feasibility of our method on a thousands of eye images for defense forces. The efficiency ratio of this computation process is 93.17.

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