Verilook 2.0 to 3.2 migration

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Verilook 2.0 to 3.2 migration

Postby Dina_murad » May 13, 2008 15:33

I have a database of over 1000 students enrolled on Verilook 2.0. I do not have their photos, just have the templates. How can I transfer the templates from 2.0 to 3.2 - Pls dont say its not possible, or dont ask to re-enroll - it already took us 11 days to enroll.


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Re: Verilook 2.0 to 3.2 migration

Postby Pavel » May 14, 2008 06:45

Hi,

VeriLook 3.2 accepts templates from VeriLook 2.0 for matching. However, the quality of matching will be worse then using the VeriLook 2.0.

There is no way to transform VeriLook 2.0 templates to VeriLook 3.2, so you can either use the new VeriLook 3.2 (reenroll students, or accept the worse matching quality for using VeriLook 2.0 templates) or you can continue using VeriLook 2.0.
Kind regards,
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Re: Verilook 2.0 to 3.2 migration

Postby Dina_murad » May 14, 2008 13:14

leaves some hope. What do you mean by worst quality matching. We are using 1 to 1 Matching.. student enters his id code and looks at the camera to accept. If I change the threshold settings will it work, currently I am using matching threshold at .72
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Re: Verilook 2.0 to 3.2 migration

Postby Dina_murad » May 15, 2008 15:33

Hi Pavel, pls answer my previous post
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Re: Verilook 2.0 to 3.2 migration

Postby Pavel » May 16, 2008 19:28

by worst quality I mean that VeriLook 3.2 algorithm varies from VeriLook 2.0 and the template structure is different too. The VeriLook 2.0 templates will work best with the VeriLook 2.0, however on VeriLook 3.2 will achive worse results. (in ROC, that means a person can sometimes get not recognized, or we could get an imposter)

You can plate with threshold and find the best solution for you.
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