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Retina Recognition Based on Fractal Dimension


S.Sukumaran, M.Punithavalli


Vol. 9  No. 10  pp. 66-70


The recent advanced developments in the research have enabled the industries to find more complex methodologies for personal authentication. This led to the high development in the area of biometrics for the research of the retina recognition which is more complex and accurate for the authentication. The retinal circulation of the normal human is statistically self-similar and fractal. The survey study shows strong evidence that the fractal dimension of the blood vessels in the normal human retina is approximately 1.7. This paper contributes the methodology for the retina recognition for enhanced authentication biometric technique from the experimental results. The main objective of this study is to assess the accuracy of a commercially available retina biometric technology for personal identification on high security basis.


Retina Recognition, Fractal Dimension, Enhanced Box counting