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Datenschutz und Datensicherheit - DuD

, Volume 32, Issue 2, pp 126–136 | Cite as

3-D face recognition for unattended access control

  • Christoph Busch
  • Alexander Nouak
It-Sicherheit & Datenschutz Grundlagen — Technik und Methoden
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Abstract

Biometric data have been integrated in all new European passports, since the Member States of the European Union started to implement the EU Council Regulation No 2252/2004 on standards for security features and biometrics in passports. The additional integration of three-dimensional models promises significant performance enhancements for border controls. By combining the geometry-and texture-channel information of the face, 3-D face recognition systems provide an improved robustness while processing variations in poses and problematic lighting conditions when taking the photo.

Keywords

Face Recognition Face Image Recognition Performance Biometric Data Biometric System 
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  • Christoph Busch
  • Alexander Nouak

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