Multimodal Biometric Person Authentication : A Review

@article{Sahoo2012MultimodalBP,
  title={Multimodal Biometric Person Authentication : A Review},
  author={Soyuj Kumar Sahoo and Tarun Choubisa and S. R. Mahadeva Prasanna},
  journal={IETE Technical Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={29},
  pages={54 - 75}
}
Abstract This paper provides a review of multimodal biometric person authentication systems. The paper begins with an introduction to biometrics, its advantages, disadvantages, and authentication system using them. A brief discussion on the selection criteria of different biometrics is also given. This is followed by a discussion on the classification of biometric systems, their strengths, and limitations. Detailed descriptions on the multimodal biometric person authentication system, different… Expand
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