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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 biometrics-based systems + Integration of biometric cues, and the integration of biometrics with other existing technologies + Assessment of the capabilities and limitations of different biometrics + 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.
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