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By David Zhang, Anil K. Jain

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the foreign convention on Biometrics, ICB 2006, held in Hong Kong, China in January 2006.

The 104 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 192 submissions. Biometric standards coated by way of the papers are assigned to stand, fingerprint, iris, speech and signature, biometric fusion and function assessment, gait, keystrokes, and others. furthermore the result of the Face Authentication pageant (FAC 2006) also are introduced during this volume.

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We provide a survey on related work and present a novel framework addressing neighborhood selection, feature extraction, feature selection, and classification. Furthermore, we consider extensions of our framework toward large-scale capability and toward the use of contextual information. In order to demonstrate the performance of our framework, we provide an extensive experimental evaluation on publicly available benchmark datasets and discuss the derived results with respect to classification accuracy, computational efficiency and applicability of involved methods.

While the spatial 3D information and thus its 2D representation in the form of a range image, where each pixel represents the distance r between the scanning device and the respective 3D scene point, depend on the scene structure, the captured radiometric information depends on both the scene structure and the signal processing unit in the involved acquisition system. Note that differences with respect to the signal processing unit mainly arise from internal processes such as the conversion to a digital signal and signal amplification which are not identical for different scanning devices.

3 The proposed framework for advanced 3D point cloud processing from raw data to semantic objects. As indicated, the single components are addressed in detail in the following chapters. 5 Book Outline This book is structured in seven chapters and addresses the reconstruction and analysis of 3D scenes, whereby the focus is put on the presentation of an end-to-end processing workflow from raw 3D point cloud data to semantic objects in the scene. In this chapter, we have provided an introduction which focuses on explaining the goals of our work, the main challenges when addressing these goals and the scientific contributions developed in this context.

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