By Anil K. Jain, Ruud Bolle, Sharath Pankanti, A.K. Jain, Ruud M. Bolle
Biometrics: own identity in Networked Society is a accomplished and obtainable resource of state of the art details on all current and rising biometrics: the technological know-how of immediately deciding on contributors according to their physiological or habit features. particularly, the publication covers: - normal rules and concepts of designing biometric-based structures and their underlying tradeoffs - id of significant matters within the assessment of biometrics-based platforms - Integration of biometric cues, and the combination of biometrics with different latest applied sciences - review of the services and barriers of alternative biometrics - the great exam of biometric equipment in advertisement use and in study improvement - Exploration of a few of the various privateness and safeguard implications of biometrics additionally incorporated are chapters on face and eye identity, speaker reputation, networking, and different well timed technology-related concerns. All chapters are written via top the world over 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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Chinese clay seal and Palestinian lamp impressions indicate the identity A. )  The of their respective owners. Reprinted with permissions of A. Berry. The biometrics-based identification (authentication) technology is being either adopted or contemplated in a very broad range of civilian applications: (i) bunking 20 Jain et al. security such as electronic fund transfers, ATM security, internet commerce, check cashing, and credit card transactions, ( i i ) physical access control such as airport access control, (iii) information system security like access to databases vialogin privileges, (iv) government benefits distribution such as welfare disbursement programs , (v) customs and immigration such as INS Passenger Accelerated Service System (INSPASS) which permits faster immigration procedures based on hand geometry , (vi) national ID systems which provide a unique ID to the citizens and integrate different government services , (vii) voter and driver registration providing registration facilities for voters and drivers.
Biometrics: Personal Identification in Networked Society by Anil K. Jain, Ruud Bolle, Sharath Pankanti, A.K. Jain, Ruud M. Bolle