Faculty of Information Technology, BUT

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Biometric Systems

BIO Acad. year 2019/2020 Winter semester 5 credits

Theory of the signal processing, especially image signal processing, for the purposes of the biometry. Introduction of the basic methods and techniques of the static single biometric features: fingerprint, hand geometry, face and its thermogram, iris, retina, handwriting. Recognition using the dynamic features: lip movements, typing or gait. Standards in the biometry. Applications of the biometry.

Guarantor

Deputy Guarantor

Language of instruction

Czech

Completion

Credit+Examination (written)

Time span

39 hrs lectures, 6 hrs laboratories, 7 hrs projects

Assessment points

55 exam, 15 half-term test, 12 exercises, 18 projects

Department

Lecturer

Instructor

Dvořák Michal, Ing. (DITS FIT BUT)
Goldmann Tomáš, Ing. (DITS FIT BUT)
Heidari Mona (DITS FIT BUT)
Kanich Ondřej, Ing., Ph.D. (DITS FIT BUT)
Pernický Radim, Ing. (DITS FIT BUT)
Sakin Martin, Ing. (DITS FIT BUT)
Semerád Lukáš, Ing. (DITS FIT BUT)
Tinka Jan, Ing. (DITS FIT BUT)

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Subject specific learning outcomes and competences

Theory of the signal processing, functionality of different biometric technologies and of their importance in the IT security, including systems for the police purposes. Knowledge of the methods of the biometric systems evaluation.

Learning objectives

To learn the actual biometric technologies (fingerprint, eye retina, eye iris, DNA etc.) and their application in the IT and in the security systems. To learn methods for evaluation of the reliability and quality of the biometric systems, including biometric standards.

Why is the course taught

Students will become familiar with biometrics systems during the course. This modern way of security is getting into everyday life. Whether in the form of biometric passports or access systems.

Prerequisite kwnowledge and skills

  • Student should be familiar with the basics of the 1- and 2-dimensional signal processing.
  • Valid schooling of Edict No. 50 (work with electrical devices) is needed.

Study literature

  • Drahanský, M.: Hand-Based Biometrics: Methods and Technology. London: The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2018. ISBN 978-1-78561-224-4 (available in FIT library)
  • Drahanský, M., Orság, F. a kol.: Biometrie, Computer Press, 2011, ISBN 978-80-254-8979-6 (in Czech, available in FIT library).
  • Ashbourn, J.: Practical Biometrics - From Aspiration to Implementation, Springer Verlag, 2004, ISBN 1-85233-774-5.
  • Bolle, R.M., Connell, J.H., Pankanti, S., Ratha, N.K., Senior, A.W.: Guide to Biometrics, Springer Verlag, 2004, ISBN 0-387-40089-3.
  • Chetty, G., Yang, J.: Advanced Biometric Technologies, InTech, 2011, p. 394, ISBN 978-953-307-487-0.
  • Nanavati, S., Thieme, M., Nanavati, R.: Biometrics - Identity Verification in a Networked World, Wiley Publishing, 2002, ISBN 0-471-09945-7.
  • Yang, J.: Biometrics, InTech, 2011, p. 278, ISBN 978-953-307-618-8.
  • Yang, J., Nanni, L.: State of the Art in Biometrics, InTech, 2011, p. 326, ISBN 978-953-307-489-4.

Fundamental literature

  • Ashbourn, J.: Practical Biometrics - From Aspiration to Implementation, Springer Verlag, 2004, ISBN 1-85233-774-5.
  • Bhanu, B., Tan, X.: Computational Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition, Kluwer Academic Publishers, USA, 2004, ISBN 1-4020-7651-7
  • Bolle, R.M., Connell, J.H., Pankanti, S., Ratha, N.K., Senior, A.W.: Guide to Biometrics, Springer Verlag, 2004, ISBN 0-387-40089-3
  • Chirillo, J., Blaul, S.: Implementing Biometric Security, Wiley Publishing, 2003, ISBN 0-7645-2502-6
  • Drahanský, M.: Hand-Based Biometrics: Methods and Technology. London: The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2018. ISBN 978-1-78561-224-4
  • Drahanský, M., Orság, F., Doležel, M. a kol.: Biometrie, Brno, CZ, Computer Press, 2011, ISBN 978-80-254-8979-6 (in Czech)
  • Maltoni, D., Maio, D., Jain, A.K., Prabhakar, S.: Handbook of Fingerprint Recognition, Springer, New York, 2003, ISBN 0-387-95431-7
  • Nanavati, S., Thieme, M., Nanavati, R.: Biometrics - Identity Verification in a Networked World, Wiley Publishing, 2002, ISBN 0-471-09945-7
  • Woodward, J.D., Orlans, N.M., Higgins, P.T.: Biometrics - Identity Assurance in the Information Age, McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2002, ISBN 007-222227-1

Syllabus of lectures

  1. Introduction to the biometric systems
  2. Theory of the sound and image signal processing
  3. Evaluation of the reliability and quality of the biometric systems
  4. Fingerprint recognition
  5. Liveness detection on fingers
  6. Hand geometry, veins and nail recognition
  7. Face and face thermogram recognition
  8. Iris and retina recognition
  9. Handwriting and signature recognition
  10. Dynamic biometric characteristics
  11. DNA and its application in the biometry
  12. Biometric standards
  13. Biometric systems of the future

Syllabus - others, projects and individual work of students

Exact specification will be published within the semester. It will be possible to choose from the following categories:
  • Fingerprint recognition
  • Liveness detection
  • Hand geometry, veins and nail recognition
  • Face and face thermogram recognition
  • Iris and retina recognition
  • Handwriting and signature recognition
  • Dynamic biometrical characteristics
  • DNA and its application in the biometry
  • Biometrical standards

Progress assessment

  1. Mid-term written test.
  2. Attending of the laboratory seminars.
  3. Project.

Controlled instruction

Mid-term exam, presence in the laboratory practice, projects and final exam are monitored and given points for. There is no way to obtain the points for the mid-term exam, project after the deadline and laboratory practice additionally. Final exam has two additional correction possibilities.

Exam prerequisites

Student must gain at least 15 points during the term and at the same time at least 3 points student must get for project.

Schedule

DayTypeWeeksRoomStartEndLect.grpGroupsInfo
Frilecturelectures G202 08:0010:50 1MIT 2MIT MBI - MBS

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