Métodos para reconhecimento de íris em ambiente não cooperativo
Souza, Jones Mendonça de
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The identification of humans by their iris structure has been explored since 1993, when the first algorithm was made available by John Daugman. Since then, iris recognition systems are widely used for access control of several kinds of environments. Such systems typically requires the user´s cooperation, appropriate lighting conditions, and images obtained in the infra-red band. Dynamic methods for biometric identification has been the subject of studies in the past few years, including iris recognition in non-cooperative environments. This paper proposes a pre-processing methodology to enable iris images classification taken in a noncooperative setting, from users at a certain distance, or while moving. The methodology aims to select images from the visible band containing an acceptable level of noise, and as such being suitable to apply the classification algorithms. Experimental results have shown that images with up to 40% of noise can still be used, suggesting the methodology may be useful as an aid to implement iris recognition systems at distance or in motion.