This paper analyzes two recently released image quality specifications for single-finger scanners and proposes three new specifications targeted to different types of applications. A comparison of the potential effects on fingerprint recognition accuracy of the various specifications is carried out using an approach based on the definition of "operational quality". The experimental results show that the three new image quality specifications proposed in this work have an accuracy/cost tradeoff better than the existing ones.

Definition of Fingerprint Scanner Image Quality Specifications by Operational Quality

CAPPELLI, RAFFAELE;FERRARA, MATTEO;MALTONI, DAVIDE
2008

Abstract

This paper analyzes two recently released image quality specifications for single-finger scanners and proposes three new specifications targeted to different types of applications. A comparison of the potential effects on fingerprint recognition accuracy of the various specifications is carried out using an approach based on the definition of "operational quality". The experimental results show that the three new image quality specifications proposed in this work have an accuracy/cost tradeoff better than the existing ones.
First European Workshop, BIOID 2008, Roskilde, Denmark, May 7-9, 2008. Revised Selected Papers
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A. Alessandroni; R. Cappelli; M. Ferrara; D. Maltoni
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