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DeepKey: An EEG and Gait Based Dual-Authentication System

@article{Zhang2017DeepKeyAE,
  title={DeepKey: An EEG and Gait Based Dual-Authentication System},
  author={X. Zhang and Lina Yao and Kaixuan Chen and Xianzhi Wang and Quan Z. Sheng and Tao Gu},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1706.01606}
}
Biometric authentication involves various technologies to identify individuals by exploiting their unique, measurable physiological and behavioral characteristics. However, traditional biometric authentication systems (e.g., face recognition, iris, retina, voice, and fingerprint) are facing an increasing risk of being tricked by biometric tools such as anti-surveillance masks, contact lenses, vocoder, or fingerprint films. In this paper, we design a multimodal biometric authentication system… Expand
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