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Iris Recognition in Postmortem Enucleated Eyes
Biometrics and Electronic Signatures
This paper presents a comprehensive multispectral study of iris recognition on postmortem enucleated eyes over a period of three days. An off the shelf iris recognition methodology is employed to analyze the biometric capability of iris in the post mortem setting. We observed that iris patterns of enucleated eyes can provide biometric matches with no false accepts for up to 164 hours after death, albeit with high false rejection rates. We also present our observations on the effects of thedblp:conf/biosig/SaripalleMD20 fatcat:e2x54itduvgcfn2tpcrk72wzom