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Verification of a person’s identity by the combination of more than one biometric trait strongly increases the robustness of person authentication in real applications. This is particularly the case in applications involving signals of degraded quality, as for person authentication on mobile platforms. The context of mobility generates degradations of input(More)
Some of the biometrics used in identity verification, such as face, iris or fingerprint, have small fixed size pattern vectors which can easily be stored for rapid scoring. Important dynamic biometrics such as voice and signature, however, have much larger and variable sized feature vectors which require far greater verification computation. Such dynamic(More)
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