Deepak Kumar

Work place: Department of Computer Science & Engg., B. I. T. Mesra, Ranchi, India (Alld. Campus)



Research Interests: Image Processing, Image Manipulation, Computer systems and computational processes


Deepak Kumar received a Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) degree from Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi, INDIA in 2013 and he is currently pursuing Master of Computer Applications (MCA) degree from Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi, INDIA (Allahabad Campus). His research interest includes Image Processing and personal identification method.

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Palatal Patterns Based RGB Technique for Personal Identification

By Kamta Nath Mishra Deepak Kumar Rajan Kesharwani Anupam Agrawal

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Sep. 2015

Biometric system is an alternative way to the traditional identity verification methods. This research article provides an overview of recently / currently used single and multiple biometrics based personal identification systems which are based on human physiological (such as fingerprint, hand geometry, head recognition, iris, retina, face recognition, DNA recognition, palm prints, heartbeat, finger veins, footprints and palates) and behavioral (such as body language, facial expression, signature verification and speech recognition) characteristics. 
This paper focuses on RGB based palatal pattern analysis of persons and the proposed technique uses RGB values with silhouette computes of palatal patterns for identifying a person. We have tested our proposed technique for palatal patterns of 50 persons including males & females and it is observed that RGB values based silhouette technique are accurately identifying the persons on the basis of their palatal patterns. For each person seven palatal images were taken. Out of these seven palatal images, four images were used for training dataset and last three palatal patterns were used for identifying the persons. The proposed technique is reliable & secure and it is a foolproof method which is clearly differentiating the persons on the basis of their palatal patterns.

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