The growing interest for mobile biometrics stems from the increasing need to secure personal data and services, which are often stored or accessed from there. Modern user mobile devices, with acquisition and computation resources to support related operations, are nowadays widely available. This makes this research topic very attracting and promising. Iris recognition plays a major role in this scenario. However, mobile biometrics still suffer from some hindering factors. The resolution of captured images and the computational power are not comparable to desktop systems yet. Furthermore, the acquisition setting is generally uncontrolled, with users who are not that expert to autonomously generate biometric samples of sufficient quality. Mobile Iris CHallenge Evaluation aims at providing a testbed to assess the progress of mobile iris recognition, and to evaluate the extent of its present limitations. This paper presents the results of the competition launched at the 2016 edition of the International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR).
|Titolo:||Mobile Iris CHallenge Evaluation II: Results from the ICPR competition|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|