Optimizing dual modal biometric authentication: hybrid HPO-ANFIS and HPO-CNN framework

Sandeep Pratap Singh, Shamik Tiwari


In the realm of secure data access, biometric authentication frameworks are vital. This work proposes a hybrid model, with a 90% confidence interval, that combines "hyperparameter optimization-adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (HPO-ANFIS)" parallel and "hyperparameter optimization-convolutional neural network (HPO-CNN)" sequential techniques. This approach addresses challenges in feature selection, hyperparameter optimization (HPO), and classification in dual multimodal biometric authentication. HPO-ANFIS optimizes feature selection, enhancing discriminative abilities, resulting in improved accuracy and reduced false acceptance and rejection rates in the parallel modal architecture. Meanwhile, HPO-CNN focuses on optimizing network designs and parameters in the sequential modal architecture. The hybrid model's 90% confidence interval ensures accurate and statistically significant performance evaluation, enhancing overall system accuracy, precision, recall, F1 score, and specificity. Through rigorous analysis and comparison, the hybrid model surpasses existing approaches across critical criteria, providing an advanced solution for secure and accurate biometric authentication.


ANFIS; Biometric authentication; CNN; Hyperparameter optimization; Multimodal authentication

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v33.i3.pp1676-1693


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The Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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