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Verification System Robust to Occlusion Using Low-Order Zernike Moments of Palmprint Sub-Images

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This paper proposes a palmprint based verification system which uses low-order Zernike moments of palmprint sub-images. Euclidean distance is used to match the Zernike moments of corresponding sub-images of query and enrolled palmprints. These matching scores of sub-images are fused using a weighted fusion strategy. The proposed system can also classify the sub-image of palmprint into non-occluded or occluded region and verify user with the help of non-occluded regions. So it is robust to occlusion. The palmprint is extracted from the acquired hand image using a low cost flat bed scanner. A palmprint extraction procedure which is robust to hand translation and rotation on the scanner has been proposed.

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