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Databases
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Raw biometric data
  • TouchDB: public benchmark to evaluate swipe biometrics extracted from human-device interaction with touch screens.
  • e-BioDigit Database: Handwritten numerical digits database acquired using a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 general purpose tablet for a total of 93 users. All samples were acquired using the finger touch as input.
  • BIOGIGA Database: The baseline corpus of BioGiga consists of synthetic images at 94 GHz (within millimetre waves) of the body of 50 individuals. The images are the result of simulations carried out on 3D-corporal models at two types of scenarios (outdoors, indoors) and with two kinds of imaging systems (passive and active). These corporal models were previously generated based on body measures taken from real subjects.
  • e-BioSign-DS1-Signature DB: Signature database acquired from 5 different COTS devices in total, considering both pen stylus and also the finger. Signatures were collected in two sessions for 65 subjects.
  • BiosecurID-SONOF DB: Two datasets containing real and synthetic on-line and off-line signatures for 132 users, with 16 genuine signatures and 12 skilled forgeries per user.
  • ATVS Keystroke DB: A dataset containing keystroking data of 63 users, including 12 genuine and 12 skilled impostor samples per user.
  • ATVS-SG_NOTE: Signature database captured using a Samsung Galaxy Note device with 25 users and 20 signatures per user.
  • ATVS On-Line Signature Long-Term Database (ATVS-SLT DB): A dataset containing 46 on-line signatures of 29 users, almost equally distributed through a time span of 15 months. The dataset is especially suited to perform experiments related to ageing and template update.
  • ATVS-FakeIris Database (ATVS-FIr DB): A dataset containing 1,600 real and fake fingerprint images specifically thought to assess the vulnerability of iris-based recognition systems to direct attacks and to evaluate the performance of liveness detection methods. Fake samples were captured from high quality printed iris images.
  • Swansea Footstep Biometric Database (SFootBD): Footstep database containing pressure information over time for two 88-sensor arrays. It contains 9,990 stride footstep (right and left) signals from 127 persons specifically thought to assess the performance of footsteps as a biometric.
  • ATVS-SyntheticSignature Database (ATVS-SSig DB): Two datasets containing 17,500 highly-realistic fully-synthetic on-line signatures specifically thought to assess the performance of signature-based recognition systems, or for security evaluation purposes.
  • ATVS-FakeFingerprint Database (ATVS-FFp DB): Two datasets containing over 4,500 real and fake fingerprint images specifically thought to assess the vulnerability of fingerprint-based recognition systems to direct attacks and to evaluate the performance of liveness detection methods. Fake samples were captured from gummy fingers generated both with and without the cooperation of the user. Three different sensors were used to acquire the database: flat-optical, flat-capacitive, and sweeping-thermal.
  • ATVS-DooDB: Finger-drawn graphical password database: Doodles and pseudo-signatures; 100 users
  • FVC2006 Fingerprint Database (FVC2006): the database used in the Fingerprint Verification Competition 2006
  • MCYT Bimodal Biometric Database (MCYT-Signature-100): on-line signature; 100 users
  • MCYT Bimodal Biometric Database (MCYT-SignatureOff-75): off-line signature; 75 users
  • MCYT Bimodal Biometric Database (MCYT-Fingerprint-100): fingerprint; 100 users
  • Ahumada Biometric Database (Ahumada-25): voice; 25 users
  • Gaudi Biometric Database (Gaudi-25): voice; 25 female users
Processed biometric data
  • TouchDB_Benchmark: This code includes a public benchmark to evaluate swipe biometrics extracted from human-device interaction with touch screens.
  • LFW Soft Biometrics Database: This database contains a collection of soft biometrics extracted from the LFW database. We include two versions of the database: 1) manual annotations, and 2) automatic annotations using two COTS: Face++ and Microsoft API. The database also provides face recognition scores from the 10-folds from view 2 of the LFW database using features extracted from the VGG-16 pre-trained model.
  • BiosecurID-SGlobalLocalFeat DB: The BiosecurID-SGlobalLocalFeat DB contains two complementary feature datasets, extracted from the BiosecurID signature corpus: Global features containing a fixed-length representation of the on-line signatures, and Local functions containing a variable-length representation of the on-line signatures, based on time sequences.
  • Guardia Civil Database (GCDB_Features): A dataset from real forensic casework containing 268 latent fingerprint minutia templates and their corresponding 268 mated tenprint fingerprint minutia templates, including rare minutiae.
  • SCfaceDB Facial Landmarks Database (SCfaceDB Landmarks): A dataset containing 21 facial landmarks (from 4,160 face images) from 130 users manually annotated by a human operator. The dataset is especially suited to perform experiments related to facial region extraction and face recognition.
  • Tunnel Database Soft Biometric (TunnelDBSoftBio): A dataset containing soft biometric signals (from 23 physical trait labels) of 58 users manually annotated by 10 different annotators. The dataset is especially suited to perform experiments related to soft biometrics and face recognition.
  • MCYT-SCORES Database (MCYT-SCORES): Three datasets of bimodal matching scores (signatures and fingerprints from 75 subjects of the MCYT database), together with scalar fingerprint quality measures labelled by a human expert, both in MATLAB and ASCII format.