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Advances in Biometrics for Secure Human Authentication and Recognition
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Dakshina Ranjan Kisku (Asansol Engineering College, Barddhaman, India) Phalguni Gupta
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Advances in Biometrics for Secure Human Authentication and Recognition

Dakshina Ranjan Kisku (Asansol Engineering College, Barddhaman, India) Phalguni Gupta Jamuna Kanta Sing (Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India)


9781138033771

CRC Press


Electronics engineering;
Automatic control engineering;
Computer security


Paperback

352 pages

$90.99
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Although biometric systems present powerful alternatives to traditional authentication schemes, there are still many concerns about their security. Advances in Biometrics for Secure Human Authentication and Recognition showcases some of the latest technologies and algorithms being used for human authentication and recognition.

Examining the full range of biometrics solutions, including unimodal and multimodal biometrics, the book covers conventional techniques as well as novel systems that have been developed over the past few years. It presents new biometric algorithms with novel feature extraction techniques, new computer vision approaches, soft computing approaches, and machine learning techniques under a unified framework used in biometrics systems.

Filled with comprehensive graphical and modular illustrations, the text covers applications of affective computing in biometrics, matching sketch to photograph, cryptography approaches in biometrics, biometrics alteration, heterogeneous biometrics, and age invariant biometrics. It also presents biometrics algorithms with novel feature extraction techniques, computer vision approaches, soft computing approaches, and machine learning techniques under a unified framework used in biometrics systems.

Containing the work of some of the world's most respected biometrics researchers, the book includes model question papers, mathematical notations, and exercises to reinforce understanding. Providing an up-to-date review of intelligence techniques and theories used in biometric technologies for secure human authentication and identification, this is an essential reference for researchers, scholars, graduate students, engineers, practitioners, and developers in the field of biometrics and its related fields.

Edited by:   Dakshina Ranjan Kisku (Asansol Engineering College Barddhaman India), Phalguni Gupta, Jamuna Kanta Sing (Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India)
Imprint:   CRC Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 235mm,  Width: 156mm, 
Weight:   649g
ISBN:   9781138033771
ISBN 10:   1138033774
Pages:   352
Publication Date:   October 2016
Audience:   College/higher education ,  College/higher education ,  Primary ,  Primary
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

GENERAL BIOMETRICS Security and Reliability Assessment for Biometric Systems; Gayatri Mirajkar Review of Human Recognition Based on Retinal Images; Amin Dehghani ADVANCED TOPICS IN BIOMETRICS Visual Speech as Behavioral Biometric; Preety Singh, Vijay Laxmi, and Manoj Singh Gaur Human Gait Signature for Biometric Authentication; Vijay John Hand-Based Biometric for Personal Identification Using Correlation Filter Classifier; Mohammed Saigaa , Abdallah Meraoumia , Salim Chitroub, and Ahmed Bouridane On Deciding the Dynamic Periocular Boundary for Human Recognition; Sambit Bakshi , Pankaj Kumar Sa, and Banshidhar Majhi Retention of Electrocardiogram Features Insignificantly Devalorized as an Effect of Watermarking for a Multimodal Biometric Authentication System; Nilanjan Dey, Bijurika Nandi, Poulami Das, Achintya Das, and Sheli Sinha Chaudhuri Facial Feature Point Extraction for Object Identification Using Discrete Contourlet Transform and Principal Component Analysis; N. G. Chitaliya and A. I. Trivedi CASE STUDIES AND LARGE SCALE BIOMETRIC SYSTEMS The Legal Aspects and Ethical Issues in the Use of Biometrics: A Study from Norway; Elham Rajabian Noghondar Biometric Identification: Device Specification and Actual Performance Considered for the Operations of the Unique Identity Authority of India; Hans Varghese Mathews Index

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