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Although the concept of using brain waves, e.g. Electroencephalogram (EEG), for personal identification has been validated in several studies, some unanswered practical and theoretical questions prevent this technology from further development for commercialization. Based on a well-designed personal identification experiment using EEG recordings, this study(More)
This paper proposes a dual-biometric-modality personal identification system, which has both outstanding identification performance and effective anti-spoofing property. This dual-modality system represents the first effort to fuse the conventional fingerprint with a novel biométrie modality-Electroencephalogram (EEG). The fusion of these two(More)
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