Biometric systems: technology, design, and performance by James L. Wayman, Anil K. Jain, Davide Maltoni, Dario Maio

By James L. Wayman, Anil K. Jain, Davide Maltoni, Dario Maio

This publication offers practitioners with an summary of the foundations & equipment had to construct trustworthy biometric structures. It covers three major issues: key biometric applied sciences, trying out & administration matters, & the felony and process concerns of biometric structures for private verification/identification. It specializes in the four most generally used applied sciences - speech, fingerprint, iris & face popularity. It comprises: · In-depth insurance of the technical and useful hindrances that are usually missed via software builders & process integrators & which bring about shortfalls among anticipated and genuine functionality; · exact directions on biometric procedure overview; · Protocols & benchmarks that allows you to permit builders to check functionality & music procedure advancements. Biometric structures - expertise, layout and function review is meant as a reference publication for someone considering the layout, administration or implementation of biometric structures.

Show description

Read Online or Download Biometric systems: technology, design, and performance evaluation PDF

Similar systems analysis & design books

Ambient Intelligence: Impact on Embedded System Design

The rising Ambient Intelligence imaginative and prescient has the capability to essentially swap our international. This quantity is a preview into the following period of computing. It investigates the effect of Ambient Intelligence on embedded approach layout. Combining visionary contributions with papers on fresh advancements, it brings to mild the demanding situations in approach layout in the direction of pleasing the Ambient Intelligence promise.

Interactive Dynamic-System Simulation, Second Edition (Numerical Insights)

Displaying you the way to exploit own pcs for modeling and simulation, Interactive Dynamic-System Simulation, moment version presents a realistic educational on interactive dynamic-system modeling and simulation. It discusses easy methods to successfully simulate dynamical platforms, corresponding to aerospace cars, energy crops, chemical tactics, keep an eye on structures, and physiological platforms.

Windows 7 device driver

“The bankruptcy on programming a KMDF motive force offers an exceptional instance for readers to work out a driving force being made. ” –Patrick Regan, community administrator, Pacific Coast businesses  the 1st Authoritative advisor to Writing powerful, High-Performance home windows 7 gadget Drivers   home windows 7 machine motive force brings jointly the entire info skilled programmers have to construct enormously trustworthy, high-performance home windows 7 drivers.

Extra resources for Biometric systems: technology, design, and performance evaluation

Example text

Soc. , 35, 354–358, 1963. [22] K. P. Li, J. E. Dammann and W. D. Chapman, Experimental studies in speaker verification using an adaptive system. J. Acoust. Soc. , 40, 966–978, 1966. [23] J. Luck, Automatic speaker verification using cepstral measurements. J. Acoust. Soc. , 46, 1026–1031, 1969. [24] K. Stevens, C. Williams, J. Carbonell and B. Woods, Speaker authentication and identification: a comparison of spectrographic and auditory presentation of speech material. J. Acoust. Soc. , 44, 596–607, 1968.

A delta region is defined by a triradial ridge direction at a point. There are transitional patterns between these three that have been used to define further subdivision of fingerprint records. Arch patterns have no delta, loops have one delta, and whorls have two deltas. Transitions from arches to loops occur for small loops and give rise to the so-called tented arch pattern that appears as a notable cusp to the arch. 1(e) and (f). Whorl patterns are characterized by two deltas. This is clearly evident in the plain whorl and double loop whorl, but not so evident in the central pocket whorl pattern.

Am. J. , 98(5), 636–640, 1984. [35] R. H. Hill, Retina identification, in A. Jain, et al. (eds) Biometrics: Personal Identification in Networked Society. Kluwer Academic Press, 1999. [36] L. D. Harmon, M. K. Khan, R. Lasch and P. F. Ramig, Machine recognition of human faces. Pattern Recognition, 31(2), 97–110, 1981. [37] A. Samal and P. Iyengar, Automatic recognition and analysis of human faces and facial expressions: a survey. Pattern Recognition, 25, 65–77, 1992. [38] R. Chellappa, C. L. Wilson and S.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.38 of 5 – based on 26 votes

About the Author