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Human Iris Recognition Based on Hybrid Technique

Asaad Noori Hashim1 and Bushraa Mahdi Al-Hashimi1
  • 1 University of Kufa, Iraq
Journal of Computer Science
Volume 15 No. 12, 2019, 1734-1745


Submitted On: 25 August 2019 Published On: 4 December 2019

How to Cite: Hashim, A. N. & Al-Hashimi, B. M. (2019). Human Iris Recognition Based on Hybrid Technique. Journal of Computer Science, 15(12), 1734-1745.


Iris recognition is a biometric technique that uses iris pattern information to detect person identification. Initially, the system find out the boundary of the pupil and iris. Then, Circular Hough transform used to find out the center of both pupil and iris in order to crop iris part from the eye image. After that, Daugman’s Rubber Sheet model utilized for performing the normalizing step. Then, features extracted based on Legendre moment and Local Quantized. Several orders value with many region of iris have been used to get best value, which satisfied the highest recognition rate. Matching was performed by City Block Distance. The simulation was carried out using samples from CASIA.v4-Interval database, the main tool for programming is MATLAB

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  • Iris Recognition
  • Biometric
  • Feature Extraction
  • Legendre
  • Local Quantized Pattern (LQP)