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An introduction to biometric recognition
TLDR
A brief overview of the field of biometrics is given and some of its advantages, disadvantages, strengths, limitations, and related privacy concerns are summarized. Expand
Image Formation Process
Score normalization in multimodal biometric systems
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Study of the performance of different normalization techniques and fusion rules in the context of a multimodal biometric system based on the face, fingerprint and hand-geometry traits of a user found that the application of min-max, z-score, and tanh normalization schemes followed by a simple sum of scores fusion method results in better recognition performance compared to other methods. Expand
Handbook of Multibiometrics
Details multimodal biometrics and its exceptional utility for increasingly reliable human recognition systems. Reveals the substantial advantages of multimodal systems over conventionalExpand
Information fusion in biometrics
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This paper addresses the problem of information fusion in biometric verification systems by combining information at the matching score level by combining three biometric modalities (face, fingerprint and hand geometry). Expand
An introduction to biometrics
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This tutorial is to introduce the fundamentals of biometric technology from a pattern recognition and signal processing perspective by discussing some of the prominent techniques used in the field and to convey the recent advances made in this field especially in the context of security, privacy and forensics. Expand
Biometrics: a tool for information security
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An overview of biometrics is provided and some of the salient research issues that need to be addressed for making biometric technology an effective tool for providing information security are discussed. Expand
Information Fusion in Biometrics
TLDR
This paper addresses the problem of information fusion in verification systems and experimental results on combining three biometric modalities (face, fingerprint and hand geometry) are presented. Expand
Multimodal biometrics: An overview
  • A. Ross, Anil K. Jain
  • Computer Science
  • 12th European Signal Processing Conference
  • 6 September 2004
TLDR
The various scenarios that are possible in multimodal biometric systems, the levels of fusion that are plausible and the integration strategies that can be adopted to consolidate information are discussed. Expand
Handbook of Biometrics
Biometrics is a rapidly evolving field with applications ranging from accessing ones computer to gaining entry into a country. The deployment of large-scale biometric systems in both commercial andExpand
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