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There is a growing demand for biometrics-based recognition of children for a number of applications, particularly in developing countries where children do not have any form of identification. These applications include tracking child vaccination schedules, identifying missing children, preventing fraud in food subsidies, and preventing newborn baby swaps(More)
The use of biometrics technology for person identification has become prevalent due to several innovations as a result of research and development in this field. The purpose of this study is to find a solution which realizes newborn and infant (younger than 12 months old) fingerprint (hereinafter called as " child print ") identification under operational(More)
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