2010 Fourth IEEE International Conference on Biometrics: Theory, Applications and Systems (BTAS 2010)

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IEEE Catalog Number:
ISBN:
CFP10BTA-PRT
978-1-4244-7581-0

2010 Fourth IEEE International
Conference on Biometrics:
Theory, Applications and Systems

(BTAS 2010)

Washington, DC, USA
27 – 29 September 2010


TABLE OF CONTENTS



FACE RECOGNITION: 3 ORAL PRESENTATIONS


Facial Feature Localization Using Graph Matching with Higher Order Statistical Shape Priors and
Global Optimization..............................................................................................................................................................1
S. R. Arashloo, J. Kittler, W. J. Christmas

Top-down Facilitation of Multistage Decisions for Face Recognition...............................................................................9
B. Parks, T. Boult

Multidimensional Scaling for Matching Low-resolution Facial Images..........................................................................15
S. Biswas, K. W. Bowyer, P. J. Flynn

POSTER SESSION 1: BIOMETRICS THEORY, APPLICATIONS AND SYSTEMS

[16 POSTER HIGHLIGHTS]


On Using Gait Biometrics to Enhance Face Pose Estimation..........................................................................................21
S. U. Jung, M. S. Nixon

Cell Phone-Based Biometric Identification........................................................................................................................27
J. R. Kwapisz, G. M. Weiss, S. A. Moore

Performance Evaluation of Vision-based Gait Recognition using a Very Large-scale Gait Database.........................34
M. Okumura, H. Iwama, Y. Makihara, Y. Yagi

Direct Extraction and Fusion of Image Pixel Features for Face Identity Verification..................................................40
B. S. Oh, K. A. Toh, A. B. J. Teoh

An Online Learning Algorithm for Biometric Scores Fusion..........................................................................................46
Y. Kim, K. A. Toh, A. B. J. Teoh

Iris Capture from Moving Subjects Using a Fluttering Shutter......................................................................................52
S. McCloskey, W. Au, J. Jelinek

Interactive Quality-Driven Feedback for Biometric Systems..........................................................................................58
R. Wong, N. Poh, J. Kittler, D. Frohlich

Introducing Crossmodal Biometrics: Person Identification from Distinct Audio & Visual Streams...........................65
A. Roy, S. Marcel

Generating and Sharing Biometrics Based Session Keys for Secure Cryptographic Applications...............................71
S. Kanade, D. Petrovska-Delacretaz, B. Dorizzi

Practical Multi-factor Biometric Remote Authentication................................................................................................78
N. D. Sarier

Quality in Face and Iris Research Ensemble (Q-FIRE)...................................................................................................84
P. A. Johnson, P. Lopez-Meyer, N. Sazonova, F. Hua, S. Schuckers

Cross Spectral Iris Matching based on Predictive Image Mapping................................................................................90
J. Zuo, F. Nicolo, N. A. Schmid

CUDA Accelerated Iris Template Matching on Graphics Processing Units (GPUs).....................................................95
N. A. Vandal, M. Savvides

Matching Digital and Scanned Face Images with Age Variation..................................................................................102
M. Vatsa, R. Singh, S. Bharadwaj, H. S. Bhatt, A. Noore

A Segmentation Perturbation Method for Improved Iris Recognition.........................................................................108
J. W. Thompson, P. J. Flynn

SECURITY AND PRIVACY: 3 ORAL PRESENTATIONS


Reversing Protected Minutiae Vicinities..........................................................................................................................116
K. Simoens, C. M. Chang, B. Preneel

A Privacy-compliant Fingerprint Recognition System Based on Homomorphic Encryption and
Fingercode Templates.......................................................................................................................................................124
M. Barni, T. Bianchi, D. Catalano, M. Di Raimondo, R. D. Labati, P. Failla, D. Fiore, R. Lazzeretti, V. Piuri, A.
Piva, F. Scotti

Evaluation of Biometric Spoofing in a Multimodal System...........................................................................................131
R. N. Rodriques, N. Kamat, V. Govindaraju


FINGERPRINTS AND SOFT BIOMETRICS: 3 ORAL PRESENTATIONS


Binary Feature Vector Fingerprint Representation from Minutiae Vicinities.............................................................136
J. Bringer, V. Despiegel

On Separating Overlapped Fingerprints.........................................................................................................................142
F. Chen, J. Feng, J. Zhou

Soft Biometric Classification Using Periocular Region Features...................................................................................148
J. R. Lyle, P. E. Miller, S. J. Pundlik, D. L. Woodard

WRITER AND EMERGING BIOMETRICS: 3 ORAL PRESENTATIONS


Writer Recognition of Arabic Text by Generative Local Features................................................................................155
J. Woodard, M. Lancaster, A. Kundu, D. Ruiz, J. Ryan

Performance of a Long-Text-Input Keystroke Biometric Authentication System Using an Improved
k-Nearest-Neighbor Classification Method.....................................................................................................................162
R. S. Zack, C. C. Tappert, S. H. Cha

Subject Identification from Electroencephalogram (EEG) Signals During Imagined Speech....................................168
K. Brigham, B. V. K. V. Kumar

FUSION AND PREDICTION: 3 ORAL PRESENTATIONS


Extracting Discriminative Information from Cohort Models........................................................................................176
A. Merati, N. Poh, J. Kittler

Predicting Identification Errors in a Multibiometric System Based on Ranks and Scores.........................................182
E. Marasco, A. Ross, C. Sansone

Weight Estimation from Visual Body Appearance.........................................................................................................188
C. Velardo, J. L. Dugelay

POSTER SESSION 2: FACE AND APPLICATIONS [16 POSTER HIGHLIGHTS]


Very Low Resolution Face Recognition Problem............................................................................................................194
W. W. W. Zou, P. C. Yuen

Finding and Improving the Key-frames of Long Video Sequences for Face Recognition...........................................200
K. Nasrollahi, T. B. Moeslund

AU Recognition on 3D Faces Based on an Extended Statistical Facial Feature Model...............................................206
X. Zhao, E. Dellandrea, L. Chen, D. Samaras

Site-adaptive Face Recognition.........................................................................................................................................212
J. Tu, X. Liu, P. Tu

Face Recognition at-a-Distance using Texture and Sparse-Stereo Reconstruction......................................................218
H. Rara, A. Farag, S. Elhabian, A. Ali, W. Miller, T. Starr, T. Davis

IR and Visible Face Identification via Sparse Representation.......................................................................................224
P. Buyssens, M. Revenu

Fusion Levels of Visible and Infrared Modalities for Face Recognition.......................................................................230
P. Buyssens, M. Revenu

Feature Detection on 3D Face Surfaces for Pose Normalisation and Recognition.......................................................236
C. Maes, T. Fabry, J. Keustermans, D. Smeets, P. Suetens, D. Vandermeulen

PTZ Camera Assisted Face Acquisition, Tracking & Recognition................................................................................242
H. C. Choi, U. Park, A. K. Jain

Mouth Open or Closed Decision for Frontal Face Images with Given Eye Locations.................................................248
M. Nilsson, I. Gersovich, J. S. Bartunek

Face Recognition at a Distance System for Surveillance Applications..........................................................................254
F. W. Wheeler, R. L. Weiss, P. H. Tu

Eye Detection Using Color Information and a New Efficient SVM...............................................................................262
S. Chen, C. Liu

Face System Evaluation Toolkit: Recognition is Harder Than it Seems.......................................................................268
V. N. Iyer, W. J. Scheirer, T. E. Boult

On Matching Sketches with Digital Face Images............................................................................................................276
H. S. Bhatt, S. Bharadwaj, R. Singh, M. Vatsa

Face Recognition for Newborns: A Preliminary Study..................................................................................................283
S. Bharadwaj, H. S. Bhatt, R. Singh, M. Vatsa, S. K. Singh

An Expression Transformation for Improving the Recognition of Expression-Variant Faces from One
Sample Image per Person..................................................................................................................................................289
H. Mohammadzade, D. Hatzinakos

TIME/AGING IN BIOMETRICS: 3 ORAL PRESENTATIONS


Age Invariant Face Recognition Using Graph Matching...............................................................................................295
G. Mahalingam, C. Kambhamettu

Aging Face Verification in Score-Age Space using Single Reference Image Template................................................302
W. Li, A. Drygajlo, H. Qiu

The Effect of Time on the Performance of Gait Biometrics...........................................................................................309
D. S. Matovski, M. S. Nixon, S. Mahmoodi, J. N. Carter

3D FACE ANALYSIS: 3 ORAL PRESENTATIONS


3D Facial Similarity: Automatic Assessment versus Perceptual Judgments................................................................315
A. K. Moorthy, A. Mittal, S. Jahanbin, K. Grauman, A. C. Bovik

3D Face Recognition using Distinctiveness Enhanced Facial Representations and Local Feature
Hybrid Matching...............................................................................................................................................................322
D. Huang, G. Zhang, M. Ardabilian, Y. Wang, L. Chen

Employing Region Ensembles in a Statistical Learning Framework for Robust 3D Facial Recognition...................329
R. McKeon, T. Russ

EAR BIOMETRICS: 3 ORAL PRESENTATIONS


Histograms of Categorized Shapes for 3D Ear Detection...............................................................................................336
J. Zhou, S. Cadavid, M. Abdel-Mottaleb

A Novel Ray Analogy for Enrolment of Ear Biometrics.................................................................................................342
A. H. Cummings, M. S. Nixon, J. N. Carter

Towards Understanding the Symmetry of Human Ears: A Biometric Perspective.....................................................348
A. Abaza, A. Ross

POSTER SESSION 3: BIOMETRIC MODALITIES [16 POSTER HIGHLIGHTS]


HeartID: Cardiac Biometric Recognition........................................................................................................................355
S. Z. Fatemian, F. Agrafioti, D. Hatzinakos

Fast Learning Ear Detection for Real-time Surveillance...............................................................................................360
A. Abaza, C. Hebert, M. A. F. Harrison

A Dual-Biometric-Modality Identification System Based on Fingerprint and EEG....................................................366
F. Su, L. Xia, A. Cai, J. Ma

Investigation of Human Identification using Two-Lead Electrocardiogram (ECG) Signals.......................................372
C. Ye, M. T. Coimbra, B. V. K. V. Kumar

Improved Palmprint Authentication using Contactless Imaging..................................................................................380
A. Morales, M. A. Ferrer, A. Kumar

Contactless Palm Vein Identification using Multiple Representations.........................................................................386
Y. Zhou, A. Kumar

Dynamic Random Projection for Biometric Template Protection.................................................................................392
B. Yang, D. Hartung, K. Simoens, C. Busch

Performance Evaluation of Local Appearance Based Periocular Recognition............................................................399
P. E. Miller, J. R. Lyle, S. J. Pundlik, D. L. Woodard

Soft Biometrics Systems: Reliability and Asymptotic Bounds.......................................................................................405
A. Dantcheva, J. L. Dugelay, P. Elia

A Novel Similarity Measurement for Minutiae-based Fingerprint Verification..........................................................411
Y. Liu, D. Li, T. Isshiki, H. Kunieda

Gender Classification from Infants to Seniors................................................................................................................417
Y. Wang, K. Ricanek, C. Chen, Y. Chang

Training and Feature-Reduction Techniques for Human Identification using Anthropometry................................423
D. B. Ober, S. P. Neugebauer, P. A. Sallee

Characterizing Minutia Extractors for Semantic Conformance Testing......................................................................431
T. P. Riopka, L. Ma

An Exploration of Gender Identification Using Only the Periocular Region...............................................................437
J. Merkow, B. Jou, M. Savvides

Robust Local Binary Pattern Feature Sets for Periocular Biometric Identification....................................................442
J. Xu, M. Cha, J. L. Heyman, S. Venugopalan, R. Abiantun, M. Savvides

Periocular Biometrics: When Iris Recognition Fails......................................................................................................450
S. Bharadwaj, H. S. Bhatt, M. Vatsa, R. Singh

FACE AND IRIS: 4 ORAL PRESENTATIONS


Face Recognition under Camouflage and Adverse Illumination...................................................................................456
M. Shreve, V. Manohar, D. Goldgof, S. Sarkar

An Illumination Invariant Skin-color Model for Face Detection...................................................................................462
U. Yang, M. Kang, K. A. Toh, K. Sohn

Human Perceptual Categorization of Iris Texture Patterns..........................................................................................468
L. Stark, K. W. Bowyer, S. Siena

Incremental Iris Recognition: A Single-algorithm Serial Fusion Strategy to Optimize Time
Complexity.........................................................................................................................................................................475
C. Rathgeb, A. Uhl, P. Wild

BEST-REVIEWED BTAS 2010 PAPERS: 5 ORAL PRESENTATIONS


Identifying Useful Features for Recognition in Near-Infrared Periocular Images......................................................481
K. Hollingsworth, K. W. Bowyer, P. J. Flynn

Local Ordinal Contrast Pattern Histograms for Spatiotemporal, Lip-based Speaker Authentication......................489
B. Goswami, C. H. Chan, J. Kittler, B. Christmas

On a Taxonomy of Facial Features..................................................................................................................................495
B. Klare, A. K. Jain

Correcting Rolling-Shutter Distortion of CMOS Sensors using Facial Feature Detection..........................................503
B. Heflin, W. Scheirer, T. E. Boult

Methods for Estimating Biometric Score Level Fusion..................................................................................................509
J. P. Hube

Author Index