Interoperable Performance

@inproceedings{Grother2015InteroperableP,
  title={Interoperable Performance},
  author={Patrick Grother},
  booktitle={Encyclopedia of Biometrics},
  year={2015}
}
  • P. Grother
  • Published in Encyclopedia of Biometrics 2015
  • Computer Science
In applications where components conform to standardized interfaces and functional specifications, it is possible to replace one component with another from a different manufacturer. While conformance to the specifications is a necessary condition for interoperability, it is often not sufficient because the internal algorithmic action of the component is usually not regulated by the standard. Thus a biometric detection algorithm might underperform some others despite being conformant to the… 

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