An improved BioHashing for human authentication

  title={An improved BioHashing for human authentication},
  author={Alessandra Lumini and Loris Nanni},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
Given the recent explosion of interest in human authentication, verification based on tokenized pseudo-random numbers and the user specific biometric feature (BioHashing) has received much attention. These methods have significant functional advantages over sole biometrics i.e. zero equal error rate. The main drawback of the base BioHashing method proposed in the literature relies in exhibiting low performance when an “impostor” B steals the pseudo-random numbers of A and he tries to… CONTINUE READING
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