Personal Identification using a Face Image and Two-Dimensional Symbols

T. Kobayashi, T. Masuda, and T. Okawa (Japan)


applications, face image, two-dimensional symbol, personalidentification


Two-dimensional symbols are constructed by means of extending the functions of barcodes. Two-dimensional symbols have characteristics such as large recording capacity and error correction capability. This paper investigates a student identification card system using Aztec Code for a two-dimensional symbol. A prototype student identification card system that uses two-dimensional symbols encoding both personal data and a face image is implemented. A personal identification method using the system is implemented. The student identification system with two-dimensional symbols is useful to increase the functions of the student identification card and to improve the security of personal identification.

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