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Measurement Requirements Biometric Systems Biometric Recognition: Security and Privacy Concerns

@inproceedings{JainMeasurementRB,
  title={Measurement Requirements Biometric Systems Biometric Recognition: Security and Privacy Concerns},
  author={Anil K. Jain}
}
33 I s Alice authorized to enter this facility? Is Bob entitled to access this Web site or privileged informa-tion? Are we administering our service exclusively to the enrolled users? Does Charlie have a criminal record? Every day, a variety of organizations pose questions such as these about personal recognition. One emerging technology that is becoming more widespread in such organizations is biometrics—automatic personal recognition based on physiological or behavioral characteristics. 1 The… 

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