Human identification using heart sound

@inproceedings{Phua2006HumanIU,
  title={Human identification using heart sound},
  author={Koksoon Phua and Tran Huy Dat and Jianfeng Chen and Louis Shue},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper, we investigate the possibility of using heart sound as a biometric for human identification. The most significant contribution of using heart sound as a biometric is that it cannot be easily simulated or replicated as compared to other conventional biometrics. Our approach consists of a robust feature extraction scheme which is based on cepstral analysis with a specified configuration, combined with Gaussian mixture modeling. Various experiments have been conducted to determine… CONTINUE READING

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