Continuous identity authentication using multimodal physiological sensors

@inproceedings{Crosby2004ContinuousIA,
  title={Continuous identity authentication using multimodal physiological sensors},
  author={M. Crosby and C. Ikehara},
  booktitle={SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing},
  year={2004}
}
  • M. Crosby, C. Ikehara
  • Published in
    SPIE Defense + Commercial…
    2004
  • Computer Science, Engineering
This paper on multi-modal continuous identity authentication contains four main sections. [...] Key Method The second section describes a pilot study measuring temperature, GSR, eye movement, blood flow and click pressure of thirteen subjects performing a computer task. The third section gives preliminary results that show continuous authentication of identity above 80 percent was possible using discriminant analysis with a limited set of all of the measures for all but two subjects. The fourth section…Expand
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