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İris Görüntülerinden Derin Öğrenme ile Cinsiyet Sınıflandırma

  • Iskenderun Technical University, Hatay, Turkey
  • Iskenderun Technical University
1. International Mersin Symposium
2 / VOLUME 2
1. International Mersin Symposium
2 / VOLUME 2
Prof. Dr. D. Ali ARSLAN
Prof. Dr. D. Ali ARSLAN
Mizanpaj- Prof. Dr. D. Ali ARSLAN
Mer Ak
2018 Mersin
ISBN: 978-605-89406-9-7
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Anahtar Kelimeler:
Gender Classification with Deep Learning from Iris Images
Abstract: The gender detection system has a wide range of applications. For example, if
you search the database for a searched person's gender, it will be easier to search and
shorten the search time Particularly due to the increasing number of population, it is very
important to reduce the data to be searched by means of gender determination. In the case
of security applications requiring gender-based access control, the gender determination
system is highly demanded in the creation of marketing strategies that address only a
specific gender group. Biometric properties such as fingerprint, face, voice, signature
beat, iris are used for person identification and verification. However, due to the unique
structure of iris, it is thought to be a more reliable system than other biometric properties.
In this study, gender prediction was made by using iris structure. The eye images used for
gender estimation were taken from ND_GFI database. 750 women and 750 men, a total
of 1500 images were applied on the application. These iris images were classified by deep
learning. 1000 data was used for the training and 500 for the test. With at the stage of
training 80% and in the test phase 70% success rate, gender estimation could be made.
Key Words: Iris, Gender Classification, Deep Learning
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Gender identification using frontal facial images
  • A Jain
  • J Huang
  • S Fang
Jain, A., Huang, J., & Fang, S. (2005, Gender identification using frontal facial images, In Multimedia and Expo. ICME. IEEE International Conference on IEEE.