Despite steadily increasing computational power, increasing numbers of subjects in data sets can cause identification systems such as face recognition to take a unreasonable long time to produce results. This is mainly due to the fact that the systems have
Felix Ohms defended his Bachelor Thesis on Integrated Quality Assessment of mobile touchless Fingerprint capturing using Android Smartphones
Felix Ohms defended his Bachelor Thesis on Integrated Quality Assessment of mobile touchless Fingerprint Capturing using Android Smartphones In recent years fingerprint technology has become a widespread means of securing data, objects and locations. This is largely due to
Dominik Böttinger defended his Bachelor Thesis on the Influence of the color channels on the detection from Adversarial Samples
Durch die steigende Verwendung autonomer Systeme zur Authentifizierung von Bildern z.B. in den Bereichen der Gesichtserkennung oder dem autonomen Fahren steigt auch die Bedeutung der Angriffe durch Adversarial Samples. Im Folgenden soll die Detektion von Adversarial Samples bei der Gesichtserkennung
Morphing Attack Detection is a current field of research. Morphing is the targeted combination of several images, for example of human faces. These morphed images can be used during the passport application process. All subjects contained in the morph can
Thomas Fink defended his Bachelor Thesis on the Impact of Facial Tattoos and Paintings on Face Recognition
This thesis deals with the effects of facial tattoos and facial painting on the different processing steps of facial recognition systems. For this purpose, a database of image pairs was created, each of which represents an individual with and without
This thesis evaluates the impact of eye diseases on biometric verification, considering the drop in accuracy of recognition they can cause and the concerns about the privacy of the individuals. Therefore the database of the Warsaw University of Technology, which
Zum Abschluss ihres dualen Studiums verteidigten am 18.03.2016 fünf Studierende des Studiengangs KoSI ihre Bachelorarbeiten. Referent war da/sec PI Harald Baier. Die Themen finden Sie über die Seite der abgeschlossenen da/sec-Abschlussarbeiten.
Johannes Wagner finished his Bachelor thesis “Influence of Image Compression on Ear Biometrics” after working with da/sec and CASED in the period of December 2013 to April 2014. Human ears have been used as major feature in the forensic science
Stefan Billeb defended his Bachelor thesis on 'Template Protection für biometrische Sprecherverifikation nach ISO/IEC 24745'
Stefan Billeb finished his Bachelor thesis “Template Protection für biometrische Sprecherverifikation nach ISO/IEC 24745” after working with da/sec and CASED in the period of December 2013 to April 2014. Ausgefeilte Sicherheitskonzepte sind heutzutage gefragter denn je. Die Anzahl gemeldeter Angriffe
Mr. Martin Böckeler finished his Bachelor thesis „Landmark detection in 3D facial data“ in Feb. 2013. Detection of facial landmarks like eyes, nose, mouth etc., is an essential step in automatic face recognition. Based on detected landmarks, faces can be aligned