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NIST Special Database 10

@inproceedings{Watson1993NISTSD,
  title={NIST Special Database 10},
  author={C. Watson},
  year={1993}
}
This document describes the NIST fingerprint database, NIST Special Database 14. [...] Key Result The prints are 832 (w) X 768 (h) pixels (see Appendix A) and the storage required on each CD-ROM is approximately 670 megabytes when the prints are compressed and 11.5 gigabytes of storage when uncompressed (18 : 1 average compression ratio).Expand
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