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Door Knob Hand Recognition System
Door Knob Hand Recognition System Prototype
- Biometrics has been utilized worldwide.
- A great amount of users have been educated of the convenience and security of biometric systems.
- There is an expanding need of biometric systems in everyday life by ordinary people.
- However, the majority of the biometric systems are designed for professionals or experienced people and tend to consider ergonomics a secondary element in system developing.
Ergonomic Biometrics Design Model
Four Principles of EBD Model
- Considering ergonomics in the first stage — selecting biological and behavioral characteristics.
- Considering ergonomics in all developing stages — selecting biological and behavioral characteristics, designing the sample-collecting device and designing the feature extraction and classification method.
- Considering both physical and cognitive ergonomics in each stage.
- Collaborating the recognition performance with ergonomics.
Door Knob Hand Recognition System
“Reinvent the Door Knob”, it is not a new biometrics, but is a new door knob.
The basic idea
“Open the door just like it is not locked.”
- Conventional Imaging: small view field, large, easy to be interfered
- Catadioptric Imaging: compact, capturing the surroundings in one image; large, expensive
- Door Knob Imaging: low-cost, capturing the surroundings in one image, short working distance
Conventional imaging scheme
Catadioptric imaging scheme
Door Knob Imaging scheme
Feature Extraction and Classification
The area of hand
Local Gabor Binary Pattern Histogram Sequence
Projective Dictionary Pair Learning
See DPL and DPL Supplementary.
- The best EER is 0.091%.
- The recognition rate of DKHRS is over 99%, and its EER can be lower than 0.1%.
- Generally speaking, the recognition performance of DKHRS is much better than hand back skin texture Xie2012, gait Lai2014gait and face recognition Gu2014dpl, Lfw2015;
- it is even surpass fingerprint recognition (about 1% EER on STFV-STD-1.0 dataset ICB2013) and 3D fingerprint (3.4% EER Liu2015);
- but it is still not as good as iris recognition (<0.003% EER Daugman2007), and palmprint recognition (EER from 0.062% to 0.012% Zuo2008compcode, Guo2009bocv, Laadjel2009a, Guo2009coc, Zhang2010, Zhang2010b, Li2012a, Qu2015lps).
- Qu, Xiaofeng; Zhang, David; Lu, Guangming; and Guo, Zhenhua, “Door knob hand recognition system,” in Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems, IEEE Transactions on , vol.PP, no.99, pp.1-12.
- Door Knob Hand Image Accquisition Apparatus and Door Knob Hand Recognition System
- Door Knob Hand Image Recognition System and Identification Method
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