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Synonyms Biometric Match-on-Card, MOC Definition On-card matching is the process of performing comparison and decision making on an integrated circuit (IC) card or smartcard where the biometric reference data is retained on-card to enhance security and privacy. To perform enrolment, the biometric interface device captures the biometric presentation of the(More)
Since the explosion and popularity of online purchasing, understanding which consumers use this new distribution channel to buy creative product (e.g. clothing) is an important question for e-commerce managers and consumer theorists. Based on the empirical literature, a new model was established by using product knowledge as the outside factor of technology(More)
Since the explosion and popularity of learning virtual communities, Internet has increased as a new and important channel for undergraduate students to acquire necessary knowledge and efficient learning methods. Based on the empirical literature and the nature of virtual community, this study proposed a series of research hypotheses and a theoretical model.(More)
Since the explosion and popularity of Internet, virtual brand community has been serving as a new and important brand experience centre for consumers to acquire necessary brand and product knowledge. Based on the empirical literature and the nature of online shopping, this study proposed a series of research hypotheses and a theoretical model. Internet(More)
Color-to-gray is a classical manipulation in image processing. In this paper, a kernel based method is presented to carry out color-to-gray operation. It is noticeable that, in a meaningful color image only the linear combination of the three color components of every pixel is hardly enough to describe the implication relation between the luminance and(More)
A study of consumer acceptance of the Internet as a channel of purchasing creative products (e.g. apparel) was conducted using a modified technology acceptance model (TAM). Two consumer characteristics (product involvement and product innovativeness) were introduced into the TAM to develop an extended model. Through checking the extended model, we found(More)
Innovativeness is the key concept included in the creation process and sale process of creative product and innovativeness compatibility decides whether consumers would accept creative product. Based on the technology acceptance model (TAM), surveying 651 consumers in the Internet environment, this paper found that product innovativeness compatibility(More)
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