Deep fingerprint classification network

Abdulsattar M. Ibrahim, Abdulrahman K. Eesee, Raid Rafi Omar Al-Nima


Fingerprint is one of the most well-known biometrics that has been used for personal recognition. However, faked fingerprints have become the major enemy where they threat the security of this biometric. This paper proposes an efficient deep fingerprint classification network (DFCN) model to achieve accurate performances of classifying between real and fake fingerprints. This model has extensively evaluated or examined parameters. Total of 512 images from the ATVS-FFp_DB dataset are employed. The proposed DFCN achieved high classification performance of 99.22%, where fingerprint images are successfully classified into their two categories. Moreover, comparisons with state-of-art approaches are provided.


classification; deep learning; fingerprint;

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