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Combining Implicit Polynomials and Geometric Features for Hand Recognition
Authors: Cenker Öden, Aytül Erçil and Burak Büke
Published in: Pattern Recognition Letters
Publication year: 2003
Abstract: Person identification and verification using biometric
methods is getting more and more important in today’s
information society. Hand recognition is a promising
biometric because of its simplicity and fairly good
performance of verification. In this work, implicit
polynomials, which have proven to be very successful in
object modeling and recognition, have been proposed for
recognizing hand shapes and the results are compared with
existing methods.
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