Multimedia Tools and Applications

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Simplified 2DPalmHash code for secure palmprint verification

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Abstract

2DPalmHash Code (2DPHC) was proposed as a cancelable code for secure palmprint verification. In order to relieve the vertical and horizontal dislocation problems, palmprint codes, including 2DPHC, need to be shifted both in horizontal and vertical directions and matched repeatedly, which leads to high computational complexity. However, according to our analysis, horizontal-shift matching can be ignored. Therefore, the multiple-shift matching of 2DPHC can be greatly simplified. Simplified 2DPHC (S2DPHC) has three-fold advantages: (1) reduces matching complexity; (2) enhances changeability performance; (3) improves verification performance. Furthermore, the superiorities of S2DPHC over 2DPHC in terms of changeability and verification performances are validated via rigorously analysis and extensive experimentation.

Keywords

Simplified 2DPalmHash Code Cancelable palmprint Secure palmprint verification 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Key Laboratory of Jiangxi Province for Image Processing and Pattern RecognitionNanchang Hangkong UniversityNanchangPeople’s Republic of China
  2. 2.School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, College of EngineeringYonsei UniversitySeoulSouth Korea
  3. 3.Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical EngineeringWest Virginia UniversityMorgantownUSA

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