- Survey on Offline Finger Print Verification System
- International Journal of Computer Applications
- Volume | Issue number
- 48 | 7
- Pages (from-to)
- Document type
- Faculty of Science (FNWI)
- Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy (API)
The fingerprint verification, means where "verification" implies a user matching a fingerprint against a single fingerprint associated with the identity that the user claims. Biometrics can be classified into two types Behavioral (signature verification, keystroke dynamics, etc.) And Physiological (iris characteristics, fingerprint, etc.). Finger Print and signature is one of the first few biometrics used even before computers. Finger Print verification is widely studied and discussed using two approaches. On-line approach andoffline approach. Offline systems are more applicable and easy to use in comparison with on-line systems in many parts of the world however it is considered more difficult than on-line verification due to the lack of dynamic information. This paper presents about offline biometric identification method that had more attraction in recent years because of its
necessity for use in daily life routines and when the Finger Print needs to be immediately verified like bank checks, biometric attendance etc. In this paper we present, features types and recent methods used for features extraction in Finger Print verification systems and approaches used for
verification in Finger Print systems. Finally, we suggest new interesting ideas to be incorporated in the future.
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