By Anil K. Jain, Ruud Bolle, Sharath Pankanti, A.K. Jain, Ruud M. Bolle
Biometrics: own identity in Networked Society is a entire and available resource of cutting-edge info on all current and rising biometrics: the technology of instantly picking out members in accordance with their physiological or habit features. specifically, the publication covers: - basic rules and ideas of designing biometric-based platforms and their underlying tradeoffs - id of vital concerns within the review of biometrics-based platforms - Integration of biometric cues, and the combination of biometrics with different present applied sciences - overview of the services and barriers of alternative biometrics - the excellent exam of biometric equipment in advertisement use and in examine improvement - Exploration of a few of the various privateness and safety implications of biometrics additionally incorporated are chapters on face and eye id, speaker popularity, networking, and different well timed technology-related concerns. All chapters are written by way of top across the world well-known specialists from academia and undefined. Biometrics: own id in Networked Society is a useful paintings for scientists, engineers, software builders, structures integrators, and others operating in biometrics.
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A lot of research effort needs to be focussed in this area to systematize both (i) the rigorous and realistic models of the input measurements and (ii) metrics for assessment of quality of a measurement. , in legacy databases), the system may optionally attempt at gleaning useful signal from the noisy input measurements. 19) and is computationally intensive. How to enhance the input measurements without introducing any artifacts is an active research topic. , using more sensory channels) often provides very effective avenues for segmentation.
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Biometrics: Personal Identification in Networked Society by Anil K. Jain, Ruud Bolle, Sharath Pankanti, A.K. Jain, Ruud M. Bolle