The Iris Recognition Homepage
- Iris recognition and identification -
There is a strong scientific demand for the
proliferation of systems, concepts and algorithms for iris recognition and identification. This is
mostly because of the comparatively short time that iris recognition systems have
been around. In comparison to face, fingerprint and other biometric traits there
is still a great need for substantial mathematical and computer-vision research
and insight into iris recognition. One evidence for this is the total lack of
publicly available adequate datasets of iris images.
Following the tradition of the face
recognition homepage and the face
detection homepage this page is intended to be an information pool for the iris
recognition community. Its goal is to provide an entry point for the starter as
well as a centralized information resource to concentrate iris recognition and
related scientific efforts.
Definition: Iris recognition is the process of recognizing a person by
analyzing the apparent pattern of his or her iris.
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Last updated: December 03, 2002