The Human–Biometric-Sensor Interaction Evaluation Method: Biometric Performance and Usability Measurements

@article{Kukula2010TheHI,
  title={The Human–Biometric-Sensor Interaction Evaluation Method: Biometric Performance and Usability Measurements},
  author={Eric P. Kukula and Mathias J. Sutton and Stephen J. Elliott},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement},
  year={2010},
  volume={59},
  pages={784-791}
}
This paper discusses the human-biometric-sensor interaction (HBSI) evaluation method that uses ergonomics, usability, and sample quality criteria as explanatory variables for the overall biometric system performance. The HBSI method was proposed because of questions regarding the thoroughness of traditional system-level performance evaluation metrics such as the failure-to-acquire (FTA) rate, the failure-to-enroll (FTE) rate, the false-accept rate (FAR), and the false-reject rate (FRR). Data… CONTINUE READING