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Reliability of biometric identification using fingerprints under adverse conditions

@article{Ndlov2015ReliabilityOB,
  title={Reliability of biometric identification using fingerprints under adverse conditions},
  author={Veronika N{\'i}dlov{\'a} and Jan Hart},
  journal={Agronomy research},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={786-791}
}
Biometric user identification is highly topical these days. The most well-represented method is fingerprint identification, to which this study is also dedicated. However, we cannot forget other methods such as scanning the bloodstream, retina and iris, facial recognition, etc. Four reading devices were tested in this study. Tests were carried out both under standard and adverse conditions. Adverse conditions included situations such as cold finger, cooled damp finger, heated finger, soaked… 
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