ISSN 0975-3583

Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research

    An Enhanced Biometric Authentication System using Deep Hashing with Modified CNN Model

    Dr. B. Subba Reddy, B. Smruthi, G. Keerthika, G. Deepika
    JCDR. 2023: 3966-3975


    The acceleration of the emergence of modern technological resources in recent years has given rise to a need for accurate user recognition systems to restrict access to the technologies. The biometric recognition systems are the most powerful option to date. Biometrics is the science of establishing the identity of a person through semi or fully automated techniques based on behavioural traits, such as voice or signature, and/or physical traits, such as the iris and the fingerprint. The unique nature of biometrical data gives it many advantages over traditional recognition methods, such as passwords, as it cannot be lost, stolen, or replicated. Biometric traits can be categorized into two groups: extrinsic biometric traits such as iris and fingerprint, and intrinsic biometric traits such as palm. Extrinsic traits are visible and can be affected by external factors, while the intrinsic features cannot be affected by external factors. In general, the biometric recognition system consists of four modules: sensor, feature extraction, matching, and decision-making modules. There are two types of biometric recognition systems, unimodal and multimodal. The unimodal system uses a single biometric trait to recognize the user. While unimodal systems are trustworthy and have proven superior to previously used traditional methods, but they have limitations. These include problems with noise in the sensed data, non-universality problems, vulnerability to spoofing attacks, intra-class, and inter-class similarity. Basically, multimodal biometric systems require more than one trait to recognize users. They have been widely applied in real-world applications due to their ability to overcome the problems encountered by unimodal biometric systems. In this regard, multimodal biometrics technology has gained interest and became popular due to its ability to overcome several significant limitations of unimodal biometric systems. In this project, an enhanced multi-modal biometric authentication system is presented using modified deep learning model to authenticate persons using different biometric features such as fingerprint, and finger-vein


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