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    decade has seen the rapid development of iris identification in many approaches to identify unique iris features such as crypts. However, it is noted that, unique iris feature change due to iris aging, diet or human health conditions. The changing of iris features creates the mismatch in comparison phase to determine either genuine or not genuine. Therefore, to determine genuinely, this study proposes a new model of iris recognition using combinational approach of a split block and particle swarm optimization (PSO) in selecting the best crypt among unique iris features template. The split block has been used in this study to separate the image with 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,…

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    Myris Research Papers

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    2a. The computer based innovation represented by my computational artifact is called Myris. Myris is a biometric security system that scans one’s iris to algorithmically process video images of the user’s eye signing them into secure websites, devices and other personal profiles. The intended purpose of Myris is to eliminate the utilization of standard passwords and to create a secure and foolproof method for accessing personal data. Simply put, “It lets anyone sign into accounts on websites or…

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    Biometric Analysis Paper

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    Included in this memorandum is a history of biometrics along with information in regards to the blended attacks that have occurred recently within the organization both internationally and domestically. Therefore, a blended biometric solution is recommended for the SLP, Inc. organization to strengthen authentication identification for identity its management. The blended biometric solution recommended is Fingerprinting and Retina or Iris Scans. Implementing this blended or combined biometric…

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    The Rape Of Nanking Analysis

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    The Rape of Nanking by Iris Chang relates the invasion of Nanking by the Japanese army and narrates what the Japanese did to the Chinese army, citizens and other people of the city and how the different people acted during the event. Iris Chang's description of the Japanese soldiers, the Chinese, and the Westerners follow what Machiavelli, Locke, and Rousseau say about human nature. Their ideas on how people behave in the state of nature and Machiavelli's behaviors that leaders should exhibit…

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    For instance, Facebook, what is now a multibillion-dollar franchise, has born witness to partnerships and betrayals. It is in the public domain that the CEO downsized the partner’s shares, effectively knocking him out of the ‘controlling shareholders’ board, in an attempt to make the company more competitive. Although it was an effective strategy, it left the partner and friend in a precarious situation, no doubt feeling betrayed and left out. Such situations play out often in the ever growing…

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    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…

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    Speech reverberation is the distortion of the sound by its delayed and attenuated copies. These speech copies originate from the reflections of surrounding walls or objects. This phenomenon of reverberation reduces speech intelligibility and degrades the performance of hearing aids and Automatic Speech recognition (ASR) systems [1]- [4]. The resulted speech distortion can be contributed by two distinct components of reverberation - the early reflections which cause the coloration of speech, and…

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    Introduction Speech recognition is a computer software that operates computers to distinguish speech and translate it into text. The term recognition refers to the software that recognize or identify the sounds of the speaker rather than the exact words the speaker is saying. It provides people with synchronized captions on recorded videos, television shows and movies. Speech recognition can be found anywhere and many people today are familiar with it. It can be found in Google Chrome,…

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    than to have a pack of lions led by a jackass. I believe strong leadership can raise the level of performance among a group. I also believe weak leadership can destroy even the strongest group in a matter of time. Speech Recognition Technology is growing at a rapid pace with advancements occurring at a rate that has a direct impact on every part of society. The medical field has benefited from many of these technical advancements. The ability to screen, diagnose, and treat patients…

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    Susan Wenzell Case

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    accept additional storage such as a Secure Digital Card. The ATS is requesting Susan is provided with a 32GB iPod w/ case. The iPod will allow Susan to upload her books in an MP3 format for access when she is not at her computer. Susan does not need an All in One Printer. Writing: It is difficult for Susan to write/type her thoughts down before she forgets them. Susan articulates well, and she has better explained the material verbally rather than typing. The ATS discussed the possibility…

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