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Research Article

Observing the Effects of Colored Lenses on Iris Recognition using Feature Extraction Technique

Adityavardhan Chavali1, Dr. C. Nalini2
  1. U.G Student, Department of CSE, Bharath University, Selaiyur, Chennai, India
  2. Professor, Department of CSE, Bharath University, Selaiyur, Chennai., India
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Iris templates can be matched using various matching techniques; each approach to iris recognition has several aspects being taken into consideration. One of the most important aspect being the presence of a lens in the users eye. The biometric templates, including iris and users attributes which are produced by using different recognition techniques can be matched through the Iris-templates can be replicated. From this we conclude that, without a thorough security analysis, iris templates cannot be assumed safe and secure. In this paper, we are going to discuss about the presence of a contact lens, particularly a colored lens, and the challenges we face as it alters the natural iris patterns. In this paper we will use a feature extraction method to remove the effect of colored contact lenses and make it more secure. This has proven to be very efficient and also less space consuming.


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