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SSBC 2020: Sclera Segmentation Benchmarking Competition in the Mobile Environment

Vitek, M. and Das, A. and Pourcenoux, Y. and Missler, A. and Paumier, C. and Das, S. and De Ghosh, I. and Lucio, D. R. and Zanlorensi, L. A. and Menotti, D. and Boutros, F. and Damer, N. and Grebe, J. H. and Kuijper, A. and Hu, J. and He, Y. and Wang, C. and Liu, H. and Wang, Y. and Sun, Z. and Osorio-Roig, D. and Rathgeb, C. and Busch, C. and Tapia, J. and Valenzuela, A. and Zampoukis, G. and Tsochatzidis, L. and Pratikakis, I. and Nathan, S. and Suganya, R. and Mehta, V. and Dhall, A. and Raja, K. and Gupta, G. and Khiarak, J. N. and Akbari-Shahper, M. and Jaryani, F. and Asgari-Chenaghlu, M. and Vyas, R. and Dakshit, S. and Peer, P. and Pal, U. and Struc, V. (2020):
SSBC 2020: Sclera Segmentation Benchmarking Competition in the Mobile Environment.
IEEE, 2020 IEEE International Joint Conference on Biometrics (IJCB), virtual Conference, 28.09.-01.10.2020, ISBN 978-1-7281-9186-7,
DOI: 10.1109/IJCB48548.2020.9304881,
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Abstract

The paper presents a summary of the 2020 Sclera Segmentation Benchmarking Competition (SSBC), the 7th in the series of group benchmarking efforts centred around the problem of sclera segmentation. Different from previous editions, the goal of SSBC 2020 was to evaluate the performance of sclera-segmentation models on images captured with mobile devices. The competition was used as a platform to assess the sensitivity of existing models to i) differences in mobile devices used for image capture and ii) changes in the ambient acquisition conditions. 26 research groups registered for SSBC 2020, out of which 13 took part in the final round and submitted a total of 16 segmentation models for scoring. These included a wide variety of deep-learning solutions as well as one approach based on standard image processing techniques. Experiments were conducted with three recent datasets. Most of the segmentation models achieved relatively consistent performance across images captured with different mobile devices (with slight differences across devices), but struggled most with low-quality images captured in challenging ambient conditions, i.e., in an indoor environment and with poor lighting.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2020
Creators: Vitek, M. and Das, A. and Pourcenoux, Y. and Missler, A. and Paumier, C. and Das, S. and De Ghosh, I. and Lucio, D. R. and Zanlorensi, L. A. and Menotti, D. and Boutros, F. and Damer, N. and Grebe, J. H. and Kuijper, A. and Hu, J. and He, Y. and Wang, C. and Liu, H. and Wang, Y. and Sun, Z. and Osorio-Roig, D. and Rathgeb, C. and Busch, C. and Tapia, J. and Valenzuela, A. and Zampoukis, G. and Tsochatzidis, L. and Pratikakis, I. and Nathan, S. and Suganya, R. and Mehta, V. and Dhall, A. and Raja, K. and Gupta, G. and Khiarak, J. N. and Akbari-Shahper, M. and Jaryani, F. and Asgari-Chenaghlu, M. and Vyas, R. and Dakshit, S. and Peer, P. and Pal, U. and Struc, V.
Title: SSBC 2020: Sclera Segmentation Benchmarking Competition in the Mobile Environment
Language: English
Abstract:

The paper presents a summary of the 2020 Sclera Segmentation Benchmarking Competition (SSBC), the 7th in the series of group benchmarking efforts centred around the problem of sclera segmentation. Different from previous editions, the goal of SSBC 2020 was to evaluate the performance of sclera-segmentation models on images captured with mobile devices. The competition was used as a platform to assess the sensitivity of existing models to i) differences in mobile devices used for image capture and ii) changes in the ambient acquisition conditions. 26 research groups registered for SSBC 2020, out of which 13 took part in the final round and submitted a total of 16 segmentation models for scoring. These included a wide variety of deep-learning solutions as well as one approach based on standard image processing techniques. Experiments were conducted with three recent datasets. Most of the segmentation models achieved relatively consistent performance across images captured with different mobile devices (with slight differences across devices), but struggled most with low-quality images captured in challenging ambient conditions, i.e., in an indoor environment and with poor lighting.

Publisher: IEEE
ISBN: 978-1-7281-9186-7
Uncontrolled Keywords: Biometrics, Machine learning, Artificial intelligence (AI), Iris recognition
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
20 Department of Computer Science > Mathematical and Applied Visual Computing
Event Title: 2020 IEEE International Joint Conference on Biometrics (IJCB)
Event Location: virtual Conference
Event Dates: 28.09.-01.10.2020
Date Deposited: 01 Feb 2021 08:11
DOI: 10.1109/IJCB48548.2020.9304881
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