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Provisional chapter Evaluation of Biometric Systems

@inproceedings{ElAbed2012ProvisionalCE,
  title={Provisional chapter Evaluation of Biometric Systems},
  author={Mohamad El-Abed and Christophe Charrier and Christophe Rosenberger},
  year={2012}
}
Biometrics is considered as a promising solution among traditional methods based on “what we own” (such as a key) or “what we know” (such as a password). It is based on “what we are” and “how we behave”. Few people know that biometrics have been used for ages for identification or signature purposes. In 1928 for example, fingerprints were used for women clerical employees of Los Angeles police department as depicted in Figure 1. Fingerprints were also already used as a signature for commercial… 

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