Biometrics

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  • Characteristics Of Multimodal Biometric Face And Biometric Recognition

    CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW Multimodal biometric face and fingerprint recognition using XOR configuration system based on adaptive principal component analysis and multilayer perception. Multimodal biometric is a combination of physiological and behavioral characteristics into a single biometric system. The important cause to combine singular traits is to get improve recognition rate and accurate result. This is done when feature and trait of biometric are statistically independent. The other reasons to combine biometric is that different traits are more appropriate in different situations. For banking application, a customer might enroll using face and fingerprint or voice. Fingerprint can be used for a laptop sensor while face and…

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  • Biometrics Essay

    Biometrics are defined as systems that are used to verify and identify people using their physical features (such as their faces and fingerprints) and also their behavioral characteristics (such as their handwriting) [1]. The field of biometrics is becoming more and more relevant these days as the need to enhance security systems and to solve crime mysteries has become one of the main focuses in the research industry. Biometrics is a broad field on its own because of its wide range of…

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  • Biometric Patient Identification

    Biometric Patient Identification Systems. For proper management of any healthcare facility, efficient management and maintenance of a comprehensive patient database is crucial. With the evolution of technology, management of a manual patient database is no longer tenable. Therefore, many healthcare facilities have resorted to more technologically oriented, faster, accurate and efficient systems of patient management. Key among these patient management systems has been biometric patient…

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  • Face Recognition Biometrics

    Slide 1 - INTRODUCTION This powerpoint presentation will define biometrics and present the argument for implementing authentication biometrics as an additional security measure for the organization. The presentation will evaluate each of the listed methods identifying the pros and cons of each system. Additionally, information regarding the costs associated with implementation and maintenance, and the error rate of each will be included in this presentation. Security authorization and…

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  • Biometric Security System

    the day in which our information is at risk. Therefore, it becomes very evident that we must find ways to protect not only this information but the channels through which we access it. In the past, this concern has been widely addressed through the use of passwords, but as technology advances and thieves become more tech savvy vulnerabilities to secure information and facilities increase greatly and passwords simply don’t cut in today’s world. As a result of this innovators have introduced…

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  • Biometrics Recognition Essay

    What is biometrics recognition? If you dissect the word “Biometrics” you get “Bio” stand for life and “Metrics” which is measurment. Biometrics recognition is the science that is able to identify your speech, fingerprints, movement, and even your face. There are many different uses for biometric software; Police records use fingerprints to create a profile for people to be referred to. Speech recognition is more commonly seen in smartphone devices. The main purpose for biometrics is to easier…

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  • Biometric Security

    One solution to secure these devices physically is the use of biometrics. Biometric security is the use of a biological data to secure the phone, this includes fingerprint, iris or face scanners. As previously stated, the use of four number pins are ineffective because if given enough time or preparation, any hacker can bypass this. This problem is similar for most passwords within any online service, which is why most phones offer to save passwords when accessing certain applications. The main…

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  • Advantages Of Facial Recognition

    agencies use to fight the criminals is technology. We live in an era of technology where law enforcement can be a step ahead of the criminals. One groundbreaking weapon they use is Facial Recognition. I think it is an important criminal justice issue that criminals are sometimes a step ahead of law enforcement. But with this. Technology, law enforcement can be a step ahead of them What is Facial Recognition, and What Does It Do? Facial recognition is under the category of biometrics. Biometrics…

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  • Human Gait Recognition

    Gait recognition is a kind of biometric technology that can be used to monitor people or recognize known persons and classify unknown subjects. It is a particular way of walking on foot and its aims is to discriminate individuals by the way they walk. Gait is less unobtrusive biometric, non-contact, perceivable at a distance and hard to disguise where these properties makes it so attractive. The existing Gait representations capture both motion and appearance information which are sensitive to…

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  • Identification And Synthesis Essay

    the part that very important in the iris template meanwhile, the particles in PSO searches the most optimal crypt features in the iris. The results indicate an improvement of PSNR rates, which is 23.886 dB and visually improved quality of crypts for iris identification. The significance of this study contributes to a new method of feature extraction using bio-inspired, which enhanced the ability of detection in iris identification. Keywords: iris identification, crypts, PSO, iris, bio-inspired.…

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