Optimization of Human Recognition from the Iris Images using the Haar wavelet
Today, biometric recognition (based on biological signs) is a common and reliable method for recognizing and identity confirmation based on their behavioral and physiological characteristics. Physiological characteristics are consistent with the physical characteristics of individuals such as fingerprints, iris pattern, facial features, and the like. This type of property often does not change without external exertion. Behavioral characteristics such as signature, spoken pattern and iris are also a scale for identification and identity confirmation. In this study, using the wavelet method, the efficiency of human identification was increased by 75%.
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