New approaches for iris boundary localization
Document typeConference report
PublisherUniversidad de las Palmas de Gran Canarias
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Iris segmentation is the most determining factor in iris biometrics, which has traditionally assumed rigid constrained environments. In this work, a novel method that covers the localization of the pupillaty and limbic iris bound- aries is proposed. The algorithm consists of an energy minimization procedure posed as a multilabel one-directional graph and the use of physiological priors, achieving accurate segmentations even in the presence of clutter, lenses, glasses, motion blur, and variable illumination. The contributions of this paper are a fast and reliable method for the accurate localization of the iris boundaries in low- constrained conditions, which has been evaluated over two public databases, and a new database for iris segmentation incorporating challenging iris images, which has been publicly released to the research community
CitationPérez, D. [et al.]. New approaches for iris boundary localization. A: Jornadas de Reconocimiento Biométrico de Personas. "Libro de actas de las VI Jornadas de Reconocimiento Biométrico de Personas : Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 26-27 de enero 2012". Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canarias, 2012, p. 64-72.
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