Criteria towards metrics for benchmarking template protection algorithms

@article{Simoens2012CriteriaTM,
  title={Criteria towards metrics for benchmarking template protection algorithms},
  author={Koen Simoens and Bian Yang and Xuebing Zhou and Filipe Beato and Christoph Busch and Elaine M. Newton and Bart Preneel},
  journal={2012 5th IAPR International Conference on Biometrics (ICB)},
  year={2012},
  pages={498-505}
}
Traditional criteria used in biometric performance evaluation do not cover all the performance aspects of biometric template protection (BTP) and the lack of well-defined metrics inhibits the proper evaluation of such methods. Previous work in the literature focuses, in general, on a limited set of criteria and methods. This paper provides the first holistic approach to the evaluation of biometric template protection that is able to cover a whole range of methods. We present a selection of well… CONTINUE READING

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