By A.K. Jain, Ruud M. Bolle, Sharath Pankanti
Biometrics: own id in Networked Society is a entire and obtainable resource of cutting-edge details on all current and rising biometrics: the technology of immediately picking participants in keeping with their physiological or habit features. specifically, the ebook covers: *General rules and concepts of designing biometric-based platforms and their underlying tradeoffs *Identification of vital matters within the evaluate of biometrics-based structures *Integration of biometric cues, and the mixing of biometrics with different present applied sciences *Assessment of the functions and barriers of other biometrics *The finished exam of biometric tools in advertisement use and in examine improvement *Exploration of a few of the various privateness and protection implications of biometrics. additionally incorporated are chapters on face and eye identity, speaker reputation, networking, and different well timed technology-related matters. All chapters are written by way of best across the world famous specialists from academia and undefined. Biometrics: own identity in Networked Society is a useful paintings for scientists, engineers, program builders, platforms integrators, and others operating in biometrics.
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Consequently, many fingerprint systems are designed to conserve operations at this stage to reach a match result more quickly. This is not a good tradeoff. The results of all subsequent operations depend on the quality of the image as captured by the sensor and as processed at this stage. Economizing for the sake of speedup will result in degraded match results, which in turn will result in repeated attempts to verify or false rejections. Therefore, it is our contention that a system offering reasonable speed with a correct answer is much better than a faster system that yields poorer match results.
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