IJMTES – A SURVEY ON PALM PRINT IDENTIFICATION

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : M Logapreethi | N B Mahesh Kumar

Volume 01 Issue 12  Year 2014  

ISSN no:  2348-3121 

Page no: 8-11

Abstract— The palm print is one of the most reliable and robust physiological characteristics that can be used to distinguish between individuals. Current palm print based systems are more user friendly, more cost effective than traditional fingerprint-based identification systems. Palm print consists of principal lines, wrinkles, and epidermal ridges. In that Principle lines are most stable feature to identify an individual. Palm print identification system generally acquires an image from the data-set, per-processes the image, extracts the feature and matches and verifies it with the database and identifies the result.  Palm print identification system must be accurate, reliable, fast and robust for identifying an individual.

Keywords— Principal palm lines, consistency, image acquisition, image pre-processing, feature extraction, identification

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