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The score range was 0-100; scores closer to 100 indicate better match. 30 Jain et al. 23 Impressions of a finger captured by exerting different (magnitude/direction) forces on the finger during fingerprint acquisition results in a significant non-homogenous distortion of the ridge structures; consequently, the fingerprints are difficult to match. In light of the operational environments mentioned above, the design of the similarity functions and matching algorithms needs to establish and characterize a realistic model of the variations among the representations of mated pairs.
For matching purposes, a minutia is attributed with features. These are type, location (x, y), and direction (and some approaches use additional features). 1 Fingerprint minutiae: ending and bifurcation. OGorman 46 The more macroscopic approach to matching is called global pattern matching or simply pattern matching. In this approach, the flow of ridges is compared at all locations between a pair of fingerprint images. The ridge flow constitutes a global pattern of the fingerprint. 2. ) Two other features are sometimes used for matching: core and delta.
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