As biometric-based identification and identity authentication becomes increasingly widespread in their deployment, it becomes important to consider issues relating to reliability, usability and inclusion. Factors which are particularly important in this context are the relationship between the nature of the measurements extracted from a particular biometric modality, the age of the sample donor, and the effect which age has on physiological and behavioral characteristics invoked in a biometric transaction.
Age Factors in Biometric Processing (pdf)
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|Number Of Pages||378|
|Publisher||The Institution of Engineering and Technology|