Does aging affect iris biometrics?

The National Institute of Standards and Technology developed a study on aging and iris recognition biometrics with a strong focus on the stability of iris biometrics over a period of eight years.

The NIST investigators did not find evidence that the eight years of aging directly affected iris recognition.

Does aging affect iris biometrics?

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Patrick Grother, the head of the NIST project, commented, “We hope that these methods will be applicable to other biometric aging studies, such as facial aging, given its ability to represent variations across individuals who rarely use biometric systems.”


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