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Bentahar, Atef, Meraoumia, Abdallah, Bendjenna, Hakim, Chitroub, Salim, Zeroual, Abdelhakim.  2021.  Eigen-Fingerprints-Based Remote Authentication Cryptosystem. 2021 International Conference on Recent Advances in Mathematics and Informatics (ICRAMI). :1—6.
Nowadays, biometric is a most technique to authenticate /identify human been, because its resistance against theft, loss or forgetfulness. However, biometric is subject to different transmission attacks. Today, the protection of the sensitive biometric information is a big challenge, especially in current wireless networks such as internet of things where the transmitted data is easy to sniffer. For that, this paper proposes an Eigens-Fingerprint-based biometric cryptosystem, where the biometric feature vectors are extracted by the Principal Component Analysis technique with an appropriate quantification. The key-binding principle incorporated with bit-wise and byte-wise correcting code is used for encrypting data and sharing key. Several recognition rates and computation time are used to evaluate the proposed system. The findings show that the proposed cryptosystem achieves a high security without decreasing the accuracy.
Meraoumia, Abdallah, Laimeche, Lakhdar, Bendjenna, Hakim, Chitroub, Salim.  2016.  Do We Have to Trust the Deep Learning Methods for Palmprints Identification? Proceedings of the Mediterranean Conference on Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence. :85–91.
A biometric technology is an emerging field of information technology which can be used to identifying identity of unknown individual based on some characteristics derived from specific physiological and/or behavioral characteristics that the individual possesses. Thus, among several biometric characteristics, which can be derived from the hand, palmprint has been effectively used to improve identification for last years. So far, majority of research works on this biometric trait are fundamentally based on a gray-scale image which acquired using a visible light. Recently, multispectral imaging technology has been used to make the biometric system more efficient. In this work, in order to increase the discriminating ability and the classification system accuracy, we propose a multimodal system which each spectral band of palmprint operates separately and their results are fused at matching score level. In our study, each spectral band is represented by features extracted by PCANet deep learning technique. The proposed scheme is validated using the available CASIA multispectral palmprint database of 100 users. The obtained results showed that the proposed method is very efficient, which can be improved the accuracy rate.