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Touch-Screen Mobile-Device Data Collection for Biometric Studies

@inproceedings{Ciaurro2014TouchScreenMD,
  title={Touch-Screen Mobile-Device Data Collection for Biometric Studies},
  author={W. Ciaurro and Bence Major and Devyani Panchal and Gonzalo Perez and Rajneil Rana and Manisha Rana and R. Reyes and Shandra Rodriguez and D. Sang and R. Valdez and D. Zulaga},
  year={2014}
}
This paper focuses on data collection for keystroke biometric authentication studies. An experiment was performed on biometric keystroke characteristics of a person using a mobile device (nexus 5). Two types of input were collected -text and numeric entry from 10 different users. The purpose of the experiment was find ways to improve biometric security classification systems for future use, such as for the authentication of online test taking students and computer users. Included in the paper… 

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