DEVELOPMENT OF MACHINE LEARNING METHOD WITH BIOMETRIC PROTECTION WITH NEW FILTRATION METHODS
Published: 1 January 2021
Cybersecurity: Education, Science, Technique , Volume 3, pp 16-30; https://doi.org/10.28925/2663-4023.2021.11.1630
Abstract: Biometric images were processed and filtered by a newly developed Ateb-Gabor wavelet filter. Identification of biometric images was performed by machine learning methods. The Gabor filter based on Ateb functions is effective for filtering because it contains generalizations of trigonometric functions. Developed wavelet transform of Ateb-Gabor function. It is shown that the function depends on seven parameters, each of which makes significant changes in the results of filtering biometric images. A study of the wavelet Ateb-Gabor function was performed. The graphical dependences of the Gabor filter wavelet and the Ateb-Gabor filter wavelet are constructed. The introduction of wavelet transforms reduces the complexity of Ateb-Gabor filter calculations by simplifying function calculations and reducing filtering time. The complexity of the algorithms for calculating the Gabor filter wavelet and the Ateb-Gabor filter wavelet is evaluated. Ateb-Gabor filtering allows you to change the intensity of the entire image, and to change certain ranges, and thus change certain areas of the image. It is this property that biometric images should have, in which the minions should be contrasting and clear. Ateb functions have the ability to change two rational parameters, which, in turn, will allow more flexible control of filtering. The properties of the Ateb function are investigated, as well as the possibility of changing the amplitude of the function, the oscillation frequency to the numerical values of the Ateb-Gabor filter. By using the parameters of the Ateb function, you can get a much wider range of shapes and sizes, which expands the number of possible filtering options. You can also implement once filtering, taking into account the direction of the minutes and reliably determine the sharpness of the edges, rather than filtering batocrates. The reliability results were tested on the basis of NIST Special Database 302, and good filtration results were shown. This was confirmed by a comparison experiment between the Wavelet-Gabor filtering and the Ateb-Gabor wavelet function based on the measurement of the PSNR signal-to-noise ratio.
Keywords: wavelet / filtration / biometric / Ateb Gabor filter / function / filtering
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