Cancellable biometrics and user-dependent multi-state discretization in BioHash

@article{Teoh2009CancellableBA,
  title={Cancellable biometrics and user-dependent multi-state discretization in BioHash},
  author={Andrew Beng Jin Teoh and Wai Kuan Yip and Kar-Ann Toh},
  journal={Pattern Analysis and Applications},
  year={2009},
  volume={13},
  pages={301-307}
}
Although the use of biometrics for security access is convenient and easy to be implemented, it also introduced privacy and other security concerns when the original biometric templates are compromised. BioHash was introduced as a form of cancellable or replaceable biometrics through the integration of a set of user-specific random numbers with biometric features to address these concerns. However, the main drawback of the original form of BioHash is its inferior performance when an imposter… CONTINUE READING
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