Finger-Vein Image Dual Contrast Adjustment and Recognition Using 2D-CNN
Keywords:Two dimensional convolutional neural network, dual contrast limited adaptive histogram equalization.
The suggested process enhances the low contrast of the finger-vein image using dual contrast adaptive histogram equalization (DCLAHE) for visual attributes. The finger-vein histogram intensity is split out all over the image when dual CLAHE is used. For preprocessing, the finger-vein image dataset is obtained from the SDUMLA-HMT finger-vein database. Following the deployment of DCLAHE, the updated dataset is used to recognize objects using an improved 2D-CNN model. The 2D CNN model learns features by optimizing values of a preprocessed dataset. The accuracy of this model stands at 91.114%.
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