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Project Title: Validation SYSTEM BASED ON FINGERPRINT-IRIS RECOGNITION
Unique finger impression acknowledgment or unique mark validation alludes to the computerized
technique for confirming a match between two human fingerprints. Fingerprints are one of numerous
types of biometrics used to recognize an individual and check their character. As a result of their
uniqueness and consistency after some time, fingerprints have been utilized for longer than a century,
more as of late getting mechanized (for example a biometric) because of headway in processing
capacities. Unique mark recognizable proof is well known due to the inborn simplicity in procurement,
the various sources (ten fingers) accessible for assortment, and their built up use and assortments by
law implementation and movement. Unique mark biometrics are progressively being utilized in the
business “non-military” personnel, philological, and money related areas. Unique mark arrangement is a
necessary primer advance in a computerized unique mark ID framework (AFIS), the presentation of
which extensively influences acknowledgement rates. Most unique mark characterization calculations
have been utilized to order fingerprints into four or five classes of four sorts. The majority of these
techniques depend on at least one of the accompanying highlights: direction picture, edge line streams,
solitary focuses, and Gabor channel reactions. Notwithstanding, the execution of a unique mark
characterization calculation relies intensely upon the nature of the unique mark picture. At the point
when the nature of the info unique mark picture is poor, the exhibition of these strategies debases
quickly. Most unique finger impression arrangement calculations have been utilized to group
fingerprints into four or five classes of four kinds. In this way, unique mark picture upgrade is one of the
key strides in an AFIS.
The colored part of the eye between the pupil and sclera is called the Iris. Since Iris is a ensured inner
organ with a mind boggling surface, and in light of the fact that it is one of a kind from individual to
individual and stable all through life, it shapes a generally excellent Biometric. Iris picture securing is
done in two different ways a)Daugman system b)Wilde’s system
Aims and Objectives:the main aim of this system is to design authentication systems based on
fingerprint-iris recognition technology. The main objective of this system is to provide an axis by
fingerprint-iris technology at various domains. In the present work a novel software-based
multi-biometric and multi-attack protection method which targets to overcome part of these limitations
through the use of image quality assessment (IQA). It is not only capable of operating with a very good
performance under different biometric systems (multi-biometric) and for diverse spoofing scenarios
The Project Proposal is between 3000 – 4000 words in length. It comprises:
Introduction and Background – what stakeholders and topics concerned? What problem will you address? Why is the project important? What are the benefits to the stakeholders? How does it relate to previous work and existing knowledge?
Aims and objectives – What will the project deliver? Are there intermediate or enabling deliverables?
Technologies and Resources – list the major resources required. What technologies are you going to use? Where will your data come from?
Method and Workplan – How will you use the technologies and resources to achieve your aims? Show the major phases of the project, milestones and deliverables. Consider major contingencies. Generate a schedule using a Gantt chart or similar form and analyse risks.
Discussion regarding Ethics aspects, as well as data protection and safety relating to the project.
Introduction (Motivation, Background, Context & Research Problem, 10%)
Is motivation and background explained? Is the research problem stated, and set in context?
Aims and Objectives (Suitability & SMARTness, 10%)
Are aims and objectives suitable for the MSc Programme? Are the objectives SMART? please see this site for SMART objectives explanation [https://www.projectsmart.co.uk/smart-goals.php]: S – specific, significant, stretching. M – measurable, meaningful, motivational. A – agreed upon, attainable, achievable, acceptable, action-oriented. R – realistic, relevant, reasonable, rewarding, results-oriented. T – time-based, time-bound, timely, tangible, trackable.
Initial Literature Review (Review, References, 30%)
Is reviewed literature relevant to the project? Is reviewed literature up-to-date? Is topic sufficiently covered? Is there sufficient discussion and critical analysis? Is referencing style and usage correct? Are important, key references identified? Are used references of suitable type (i.e. not only online resources)?
Ethics Relevance & Progress (10%)
If applicable: have initially raised ethics issues been addressed? Are there any additional ethics issues?
Technologies & Resources (Relevance, Alternatives, 10%)
Are relevant technologies and resources stated? Are reasons for decisions given? Are alternatives discussed?
Research Method & Work Plan (10%)
Is the research method appropriate, feasible and complete? Is a basic diagrammatic work plan provided, containing timeline and milestones/deliverables?
Overall Content and Presentation (20%)
Language (Spelling, Grammar, Style) – Are spellings and use of grammar correct? Is writing style clear and concise? Are phrasing and sentence lengths appropriate?
Scope (Breadth and Depth of the Report, Technical Accuracy)- How broad is the overall scope of the report? How in-depth is the report content? How technically accurate is the report?
Logical Coherence (Clarity of Expression and Explanations) – How clear is the overall exposition? How well are complex facts explained?
Adherence to Formatting Instructions – Is title page, font and line spacing correct? Is table of contents created automatically?
Quality of Diagrams – Is aspect-ratio respected if copied from third-party image? Diagram readable, not blurred?
Note that a project that uses human subjects/data requires approval by the Faculty’s Research Ethics Committee. This includes projects that involve people surveys/questionnaires. Please seek advice from your Field Leader and Supervisor as you should allow enough time to apply for ethics approval.