Image-based biometry


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The course relies mostly on computer vision, as most biometrics technologies are based on it. Students interested in cutting edge technology, much of which is still in a research stage, are the intended target for the course. The course gives the overview of the research field. The main content (will evolve due to developments in the field): - Biometry basics - Biometrical modalities - Structure of a typical biometric system - Recognition/verification/identification - Metrics - Conditions for correct comparisons of the systems (databases, frameworks) - Performance and usefulness of the systems - Computer vision as the foundation of the biometric systems - Fingerprint - Iris - Face - Gait - Ear - Multi-biometric systems / multi-modality / fusions - Key problems of modalities/systems (research challenges) The lectures introduce the approaches and explain their operation. At tutorial the knowledge is applied to practical problems in Matlab and open source tools.

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is about Biometrics

Biometrics are body measurements and calculations related to human characteristics. Biometrics authen...

published by University of Ljubljana

The University of Ljubljana, often referred to as UL, is the oldest and largest university in Sloveni...

created by Peter Peer

Professor at Computer Vision Laboratory, University of Ljubljana.

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Very outdated approaches are taught. Weird assignments.
Overall seems useless. State-of-the-art CNNs are mentioned only slightly. First lab assignment was to Google for face images and it was worth third of all points from labs.