M. Wittman

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The issue of recognizability of subjects in biometric identification is of particular interest to the designers of these systems. We have applied the concept of Doddington's biometric menagerie to the area of facial recognition. We performed a series of tests for the presence of goats, lambs, and wolves on FRGC 2.0 color image data. The data for the(More)
As early as the 1970's it was determined that gait, or the " manner of walking " 1 is an identifying feature of a human being. 2 Since then, extensive research has been done in the field of computer vision to determine how accurately a subject can be identified by gait characteristics. This has necessarily led to the study of how various data collection(More)
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