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Identification of Covid’19 Vaccinator by Deep Learning Approach Using Contactless Palmprints
B. Vivekanandam   200  150
Pages: 178-193
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Vivekanandam, B. (2021). Identification of Covid’19 Vaccinator by Deep Learning Approach Using Contactless Palmprints. Journal of Electronics and Informatics, 3(3), 178-193. doi:10.36548/jei.2021.3.003
Published
09 October, 2021
Abstract

The invention of the first vaccine has also raised several anti-vaccination views among people. Vaccine reluctance may be exacerbated by the growing reliance on social media, which is considered as a source of health information. During this COVID'19 scenario, the verification of non-vaccinators via the use of biometric characteristics has received greater attention, especially in areas such as vaccination monitoring and other emergency medical services, among other things. The traditional digital camera utilizes the middle-resolution images for commercial applications in a regulated or contact-based environment with user participation, while the latter uses high-resolution latent palmprints. This research study attempts to utilize convolutional neural networks (CNN) for the first time to perform contactless recognition. To identify the COVID '19 vaccine using the CNN technique, this research work has used the contactless palmprint method. Further, this research study utilizes the PalmNet structure of convolutional neural network to resolve the issue. First, the ROI region of the palmprint was extracted from the input picture based on the geometric form of the print. After image registration, the ROI region is sent into a convolutional neural network as an input. The softmax activation function is then used to train the network so that it can choose the optimal learning rate and super parameters for the given learning scenario. The neural networks of the deep learning platform were then compared and summarized.

Keywords

Palmprint identification deep learning method

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