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Iris Recognition has emerged as one of the best biometric authentication techniques in recent years. However, a significant drawback of this biometric modality is the constrained environment in which the user is enrolled and recognized. It typically requires the user to be very cooperative for good quality images to be captured. If this limitation could be effectively addressed, it would be possible to employ iris recognition in environments where images incorporating increased noise and distortions were present whilst maintaining high recognition accuracy. In the present paper, we explore how the effect of image distortions caused by motion blur may be significantly reduced by using iris information from both eyes of the user.
Date of Conference: 15-17 July 2010