Fingerprint: A Unique and Reliable Method for Identification

@inproceedings{Bose2017FingerprintAU,
  title={Fingerprint: A Unique and Reliable Method for Identification},
  author={Palash Kumar Bose and Mohammad Jubaidul Kabir},
  year={2017}
}
Fingerprints have been the gold standard for personal identification within the forensic community for more than one hundred years. It is still universal in spite of discovery of DNA fingerprint. The science of fingerprint identification has evolved over time from the early use of finger prints to mark business transactions in ancient Babylonia to their use today as core technology in biometric security devices and as scientific evidence in courts of law throughout the world. The science of… CONTINUE READING

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