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A Method for Human Identification Using Static, Activity-Specific Parameters By Amos Johnson
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In this dissertation, a method for human identification using static, activity-specific parameters is presented. This method recovers static body and stride parameters during the gait cycles of... More > humans. Our technique is classified as a gait biometric; however, it does not directly analyze dynamic gait patterns, but uses the action of walking to extract relative body and stride parameters. This approach is an example of an activity-specific biometric: a method of extracting identifying properties of an individual or of an individual's behavior that is applicable only when a person is performing that specific action.< Less
COMPUTER SECURITY: FROM PASSWORDS TO BEHAVIORAL BIOMETRICS By Roman Yampolskiy
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This book is a review of published research in computer security, user authentication, intrusion detection, game security and behavioral biometrics. We analyze previous studies and point out trends... More > and propose taxonomies which make understanding and improvement on previous work easier. In particular the majority of contributions in this book is to the field of behavioral biometrics. Research in biometric technologies offers one of the most promising approaches to providing user friendly and reliable control methodology for access to computer systems, networks and workplaces. Majority of such research is aimed at studying well established physical biometrics such as fingerprint or iris recognition. Behavioral biometrics are usually only briefly mentioned and only those which are in large part based on muscle control such as keystrokes, gait or signature are well investigated. This book was written to fill the coverage gap with respect to this promising technology.< Less
Biometrics, what and how By Moustafa El-hadidi
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Humans have used body characteristics such as face, voice, gait, etc. from the day that mankind existed to recognize each other. Some characteristics don’t change over time and some do. And... More > since each on has a unique characteristics that no other share we humans have thought of using that in our daily life, The main aim of using it after 9/11 is for security reasons. So what characteristics do we use? Are they accurate? Can we depend on them in our daily life routine? I have tried to cover all of the characteristics that are used in Biometrics, How they are used, and what are the disadvantages of using them.< Less

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