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Theoretical and Practical Boundaries of Binary Secure Sketches
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We propose a method that models discrepancies between biometric measurements as an erasure and error channel, and we estimate its capacity. Expand
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Optimal Iris Fuzzy Sketches
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Fuzzy sketches, introduced as a link between biometry and cryptography, are a way of handling biometric data matching as an error correction issue. Expand
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The best of both worlds: Applying secure sketches to cancelable biometrics
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We show that applying secure sketch error correction to cancelable biometrics allows one to keep good matching performance. Expand
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Biometric Identification over Encrypted Data Made Feasible
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We propose to use Symmetric Searchable Encryption as the baseline for biometric identification with the constraint of storing only encrypted data. Expand
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Error-Tolerant Searchable Encryption
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In this paper, we describe a new primitive for Error-Tolerant Searchable Encryption and a security model for it. Expand
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Identification with encrypted biometric data
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This paper introduces a new method to identify someone using his biometrics in an encrypted way. Expand
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Identification with Encrypted Biometric Data Made Feasible
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Pseudo Identities Based on Fingerprint Characteristics
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This paper presents the integrated project TURBINE which is funded under the EU 7th research framework programme. Expand
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Extending Match-On-Card to Local Biometric Identification
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We describe the architecture of a biometric terminal designed to respect privacy. Expand
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Anonymous identification with cancelable biometrics
Cancelable biometrics were introduced by Ratha et al. in 2001 to obtain templates which are renewable and do not let come back to the original biometric trait. We extend this technique to achieve theExpand
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