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Biometric Systems provides practitioners with an overview of the principles and methods needed to build reliable biometric systems. It covers three main topics: key biometric technologies, design and management issues, and the performance evaluation of biometric systems for personal verification/identification. The four most widely used technologies are focused on - speech, fingerprint, iris and face recognition.
Key features include: in-depth coverage of the technical and practical obstacles which are often neglected by application developers and system integrators and which result in shortfalls between expected and actual performance; and prools and benchmarks which will allow developers to compare performance and track system improvements.
Introduction to Biometrics I: Technologies Fingerprint Iris Recognition Face Recognition Speaker Verification II: Testing Technology Evaluation of Fingerprint Verification Algorithms Methods of Assessing Progress in Face Recognition The NIST Speaker Recognition Evaluation Program III: Legal, Privacy, and System Considerations SAGEM Biometric System Integration Biometrics and the US Constitution Privacy Issues in the Application of Biometrics: A European Perspective