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Influence of Skin Diseases on Fingerprint Quality and Recognition

By Michal Dolezel, Martin Drahansky, Jaroslav Urbanek, Eva Brezinova and Tai-hoon Kim

Submitted: March 6th 2012Reviewed: July 30th 2012Published: November 28th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/51992

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Michal Dolezel, Martin Drahansky, Jaroslav Urbanek, Eva Brezinova and Tai-hoon Kim (November 28th 2012). Influence of Skin Diseases on Fingerprint Quality and Recognition, New Trends and Developments in Biometrics Jucheng Yang, Shan Juan Xie, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/51992. Available from:

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