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fingerprint identification

i would want to do my graduate thesis about fingerprint identification using neural network. please show me a series of algorithms i must complete to do my thesis
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FalconHawkCommented:
This is one hell of a question..... And i doubt you will find an answer to. This is so specialised that there are few experts on this topic. And about topic... i guess you got it in the wrong one. This alotogrims are more programming. 1 little thing: You are  (i think) violating this member agreement:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi105

Since you ask for the algorithms, it could be interpited that you simply want the solution. So i think people only may give you a lead on how they work, and not the answer (does this make sense?)
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softplusCommented:
Hi duxng,
A thesis is hard work, I'm sure you've got lots of literature already. First step would be to understand neural networks and image processing. If you have that down, the rest is really just combining the two. Take a look at these links, there is alot of literature out there already. Get it all from a library, determine what you really need and want to do in your thesis (probably not just a literature study :)).
Here's a good starting point: http://csdl.computer.org/comp/trans/tp/1999/05/i0402abs.htm and http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=982525
Especially study the references on the bottom, "deep search" the authors of the references if you think they are working on something that would fit your thesis. You know, the standard college researching techniques :))
John

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Tag_MarkmanCommented:
I know of someone that wrote their thesis on similar work. I'll see if I can get you a link to their work. It might take me a day or two.
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kneHCommented:
>>please show me a series of algorithms i must complete to do my thesis

Answer = homework + research * time.
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