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Biometric fingerprint liveness detection
Rišian, Lukáš ; Vítek, Martin
This work addresses the problem of biometric recognition of fingerprint liveness to identify and differentiate between real fingerprints and their artificial replicas. The main objective was to identify the features that are crucial for fingerprint liveness recognition and based on these features to propose an efficient classification algorithm. We worked with the LivDet database from 2009, which contains both real and fake fingerprints. This database has been used in a worldwide competition and the results of all implemented algorithms are publicly available for subsequent comparison of success rates. An important part of this work was the preprocessing of the image data, which was crucial for testing the selected features and implementing the algorithms. We analyzed more than 180 different features from which we selected the most relevant ones. We then used the selected features to develop several fingerprint recognition and classification algorithms. Using the selected features, several possible variations of the algorithms have been proposed. Among all the implemented algorithms, we achieved the best result of almost 90%. Compared to other algorithms that have been implemented for the same purpose and have been used and tested on the same database, this can be considered a satisfactory and reliable result. In conclusion, the main objective of this work was to provide an efficient, secure, and reliable solution in the field of biometric fingerprint spoof detection.
Biometric fingerprint liveness detection
Rišian, Lukáš ; Smital, Lukáš (referee) ; Vítek, Martin (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the problem of biometric fingerprint liveness recognition. The aim of the thesis is to propose a solution that reliably and securely recognizes fake fingerprints from genuine ones. Specifically, the work focuses on investigating methods for detecting fingerprint liveness using software tools, creating a custom fingerprint test database, testing and identifying relevant characteristics for successful liveness detection, and using them to implement fingerprint liveness recognition algorithms. Another goal was to create a GUI to provide a tool for overall detection. The work includes an analysis of the basics of biometrics, fingerprint characteristics and structure, current sensors used for fingerprint extraction, databases used, image preprocessing methods, tested features, implemented algorithms, and two GUI variants. More than 180 different image features were tested and more than 20 variants of algorithms were implemented. From these algorithms, the best ones were selected, whose detection results were then compared with those of foreign authors. The best algorithm achieved an accuracy of almost 90%, which can be considered a reliable and satisfactory result compared to foreign authors.
Stress recognition using biological signals measured by wearable devices
Surkoš, Ondřej ; Vítek, Martin (referee) ; Smital, Lukáš (advisor)
With the growing importance of mental health in society and the increasing availability of wearable technology, biological signals offer a unique opportunity to monitor and manage stress in everyday life. The diploma thesis focuses on the automatic stress recognition of biological signals measured by wearable devices. Therefore, in the theoretical part, key terms related to stress and wearable devices are defined and selected biological signals relevant for stress detection are described. The work also presents several publicly available datasets and describes current stress recognition methods, together with the achieved results. The practical part of the work is devoted to the construction of the dataset, data preprocessing and the development of an algorithm for recognizing stress in the MATLAB program environment. In particular, machine learning techniques are used both for feature extraction and selection, as well as for the classics themselves. The performance of the proposed models, which reached an accuracy of up to 81.1 % in the case of the unified dataset, 97.1 % in the case of the WESAD dataset and 80 % in the case of the Non-EEG Biosignals dataset, are presented and discussed in the final part of the work, together with by finding a great influence of the methodology and the equipment used during data acquisition on the performance of individual models.
ECG signal quality annotation
Hluší, Veronika ; Smital, Lukáš (referee) ; Vítek, Martin (advisor)
This thesis deals with the topic of annotation of the quality of ECG recordings. Theo- retical part of the thesis contains a description of methods dealing with the ECG signal quality annotation. The practical part deals with designing and implementation of pur- posed method, which enables continuous estimation of the quality of ECG recordings.The implemented method is tested on publicly available records and the results are evaluated.
QRS detection using zero crossing counting
Hylmar, Petr ; Janoušek, Oto (referee) ; Vítek, Martin (advisor)
This master's thesis describes basics principles of QRS complex detection. It is focused on QRS detection using zero crossing counts method. There are described princips and program realization of this method. The other part is focused on genetic optimalization algorithm. There are presented obtained optimalization results on standard CSE and MIT-BIH database. The quality of the detector is compared with other authors. The optimalized QRS detector achieves comparable results with other authors. The part of the thesis is graphical user interface which supply view on modified ECG signal and detection results.
QRS complex detector in ECG signals
Kosíř, Kamil ; Vítek, Martin (referee) ; Smital, Lukáš (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to introduce issues and basic principles of QRS complex detection in ECG signals. This work is separated into several parts. The first part deals with anatomy and functions of the heart, for example the emergence and spread of potentials. The next part includes distribution ECG leads and explanation of ECG signal. Afterwards are described some detectors of QRS complex. The main part of this work is realization of two algorithms implemented in Matlab program. The first detector is based on squaring algorithm and the the second is based on a spreading of the signal into several frequency bands. The effectivness of both detectors is tested on signals from CSE library at the end of the work.
Delineation of experimental ECG records
Bucsuházy, Kateřina ; Ronzhina, Marina (referee) ; Vítek, Martin (advisor)
This master thesis deals with QRS complex detection and ECG delineation. The theoretical part of this work describes wavelet transform, some of QRS detection approaches and some of ECG delineation approaches. For algorithm realization in Matlab is used redundant dyadic discrete wavelet transform. Algorithm is designed for experimental electrocardiograms of isolated rabbit hearts and it is evaluated through manually determined references.
Measurement and anaysis of electrocardiograms
Zimáková, Jana ; Vítek, Martin (referee) ; Kolářová, Jana (advisor)
The aim of my barchelor’s thesis was to become familiar with the methology of measurement of electrocardiographic signals, their description and subsequent analysis. During the measurement I used a computer system Biopac and program Matlab. The work is divided into three parts. The first part is focused on general problems of the heart activity, the generation, measurement and description of ECG curves. The second part is devoted to a description of the systém Biopac – recovery, procedure for the measurement and results measured sleep and stress ECG. The third part describes the actual processing of measured signals in Matlab.
Averaging of biological signals
Němeček, Tomáš ; Vítek, Martin (referee) ; Smital, Lukáš (advisor)
The main objectives of this thesis are to study theory of signal averaging, filtered residue method and methods of stretching/shrinking signal. It will also test the functionality of those methods. Thesis contains theoretical analysis, explanation of principles and testing of behaving of used methods.
Automatic improvements of images from 1D gel electrophoresis
Kovář, Martin ; Vítek, Martin (referee) ; Škutková, Helena (advisor)
In this bachelor’s thesis are explained the basic principles of electrophoresis and its modalities with focusing on 1D gel electrophoresis. It describes analysis of an electrophoreogram and causes of its possible distortion, and states specifications of applications of the method in microbiology, genomics and proteomics. The practical part presents development, optimization and outputs of a programme for automatic electrophoreogram analysis, which was created in Matlab environment. The analysis contains lane and band detection and computation of samples’ molecular weight. The ending of the thesis is constituted by evaluating efficiency of detection and accuracy of weight computation.

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