Evaluating the use of ECG signal in low frequencies as a biometry

  title={Evaluating the use of ECG signal in low frequencies as a biometry},
  author={Eduardo Jos{\'e} da S. Luz and David Menotti and William Robson Schwartz},
  journal={Expert Syst. Appl.},
Traditional strategies, such as fingerprinting and face recognition, are becoming more and more fraud susceptible. As a consequence, new and more fraud proof biometrics modalities have been considered, one of them being the heartbeat pattern acquired by an electrocardiogram (ECG). While methods for subject identification based on ECG signal work with signals sampled in high frequencies (> 100 Hz), the main goal of this work is to evaluate the use of ECG signal in low frequencies for such aim… CONTINUE READING
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