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A Comparative Study on the Effective Deep Learning for Fingerprint Recognition with Scar and Wrinkle


JunSeob Kim, BeanBonyka Rim, Nak-Jun Sung, Min Hong, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 17-23, Aug. 2020
10.7472/jksii.2020.21.4.17, Full Text:
Keywords: Deep Learning, Biometric information, 2D Convolutional Neural Network, discriminating of scar fingerprint, discriminating of wrinkle fingerprint

Abstract

Biometric information indicating measurement items related to human characteristics has attracted great attention as security technology with high reliability since there is no fear of theft or loss. Among these biometric information, fingerprints are mainly used in fields such as identity verification and identification. If there is a problem such as a wound, wrinkle, or moisture that is difficult to authenticate to the fingerprint image when identifying the identity, the fingerprint expert can identify the problem with the fingerprint directly through the preprocessing step, and apply the image processing algorithm appropriate to the problem. Solve the problem. In this case, by implementing artificial intelligence software that distinguishes fingerprint images with cuts and wrinkles on the fingerprint, it is easy to check whether there are cuts or wrinkles, and by selecting an appropriate algorithm, the fingerprint image can be easily improved. In this study, we developed a total of 17,080 fingerprint databases by acquiring all finger prints of 1,010 students from the Royal University of Cambodia, 600 Sokoto open data sets, and 98 Korean students. In order to determine if there are any injuries or wrinkles in the built database, criteria were established, and the data were validated by experts. The training and test datasets consisted of Cambodian data and Sokoto data, and the ratio was set to 8: 2. The data of 98 Korean students were set up as a validation data set. Using the constructed data set, five CNN-based architectures such as Classic CNN, AlexNet, VGG-16, Resnet50, and Yolo v3 were implemented. A study was conducted to find the model that performed best on the readings. Among the five architectures, ResNet50 showed the best performance with 81.51%.


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[APA Style]
JunSeob Kim, BeanBonyka Rim, Nak-Jun Sung, & Min Hong (2020). A Comparative Study on the Effective Deep Learning for Fingerprint Recognition with Scar and Wrinkle. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 21(4), 17-23. DOI: 10.7472/jksii.2020.21.4.17.

[IEEE Style]
J. Kim, B. Rim, N. Sung and M. Hong, "A Comparative Study on the Effective Deep Learning for Fingerprint Recognition with Scar and Wrinkle," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 17-23, 2020. DOI: 10.7472/jksii.2020.21.4.17.

[ACM Style]
JunSeob Kim, BeanBonyka Rim, Nak-Jun Sung, and Min Hong. 2020. A Comparative Study on the Effective Deep Learning for Fingerprint Recognition with Scar and Wrinkle. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 21, 4, (2020), 17-23. DOI: 10.7472/jksii.2020.21.4.17.