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|Title:||Hand-geometry recognition using entropy-based discretization|
|Authors:||Pathak, AK |
|Source:||IEEE transactions on information forensics and security, June 2007, v. 2, no. 2, p. 181-187 How to cite?|
|Journal:||IEEE transactions on information forensics and security|
|Abstract:||The hand-geometry-based recognition systems proposed in the literature have not yet exploited user-specific dependencies in the feature-level representation. We investigate the possibilities to improve the performance of the existing hand-geometry systems using the discretization of extracted features. This paper proposes employing discretization of hand-geometry features, using entropy-based heuristics, to achieve the performance improvement. The performance improvement due to the unsupervised and supervised discretization schemes is compared on a variety of classifiers: k-NN, naïve Bayes, SVM, and FFN. Our experimental results on the database of 100 users achieve significant improvement in the recognition accuracy and confirm the usefulness of discretization in hand-geometry-based systems.|
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