Biometrics: Personal Identification in Networked Society is a
comprehensive and accessible source of state-of-the-art information
on all existing and emerging biometrics: the science of
automatically identifying individuals based on their physiological
or behavior characteristics. In particular, the book covers:
- General principles and ideas of designing biometric-based
systems and their underlying tradeoffs
- Identification of important issues in the evaluation of
- Integration of biometric cues, and the integration of
biometrics with other existing technologies
- Assessment of the capabilities and limitations of different
- The comprehensive examination of biometric methods in
commercial use and in research development
- Exploration of some of the numerous privacy and security
implications of biometrics
Also included are chapters on face and eye identification,
speaker recognition, networking, and other timely
technology-related issues. All chapters are written by leading
internationally recognized experts from academia and industry.
Biometrics: Personal Identification in Networked Society is an
invaluable work for scientists, engineers, application developers,
systems integrators, and others working in biometrics.
Springer-Verlag New York
|Country of origin:
Anil K. Jain
• Rudd M. Bolle
• Sharath Pankanti
||235 x 155 x 24mm (L x W x T)
||1st ed. 1999. 2nd printing 2005
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