IDENTIFICATION OF SUSPECTS USING FINGER KNUCKLE PATTERNS IN BIOMETRIC FUSIONS
Author’s Name : P Diviya | K Logapriya | G Nancy Febiyana | M Sivashankari | R Dinesh Kumar
Volume 02 Issue 02 Year 2015 ISSN No: 2349-3828 Page no: 5-9
Abstract – Verifying Human Identities using major finger knuckle and minor finger knuckle has increased interesting with the human forensics. Major finger knuckle patterns consist of proximal phalanx and middle phalanx and minor finger knuckle patterns consists of middle phalanx and distal phalanx. In investigation both major and minor finger knuckle patterns are used along with thumb finger. The finger knuckle can be used in self-sufficient biometric system in which the result is more accurate and typical. It involves the steps in interest segmentation, image normalization, enhancement, vigorous matching for image difference. Here, the databases are used for both finger knuckle images which is visible. The minor finger knuckle is use to extensively improve the performance of the predictable finger knuckle identification and major finger knuckle image used for high accuracy. This paper presents the correct of reliability of finger knuckle patterns. Knuckle pattern can be acceptable as evidence in a court of law. The experimental result provides new insight on the finger knuckle pattern and to utilize finger knuckle patterns in forensics and biometric applications.
Keywords –Knuckle patterns; Image Segmentation; Normalization; Enhancement