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Damaged Fingerprint Recognition by Convolutional Long Short-Term Memory Networks for Forensic Purposes

by   Jaouhar Fattahi, et al.

Fingerprint recognition is often a game-changing step in establishing evidence against criminals. However, we are increasingly finding that criminals deliberately alter their fingerprints in a variety of ways to make it difficult for technicians and automatic sensors to recognize their fingerprints, making it tedious for investigators to establish strong evidence against them in a forensic procedure. In this sense, deep learning comes out as a prime candidate to assist in the recognition of damaged fingerprints. In particular, convolution algorithms. In this paper, we focus on the recognition of damaged fingerprints by Convolutional Long Short-Term Memory networks. We present the architecture of our model and demonstrate its performance which exceeds 95 accuracy, 99


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