Tistarelli, Massimo and Bigun, Josef and Grosso, Enrico eds (2005) Advanced studies in biometrics: Summer School on Biometrics, Alghero, Italy, June 2-6, 2003: revised selected lectures and papers. Berlin-Heidelberg, Springer. pp. VI, 158 (Lecture notes in computer science, 3161/2005). ISBN 978-3-540-26204-6. Book.
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The ability to automatically recognize an individual has increasingly been acknowledged
as a significant step in many application domains. In the last decade, several
recognition and identification systems based on biometric measurements have been
proposed. Many different biological signals have been utilized: fingerprints, face and
facial features, retinal scans, iris patterns, hand geometry, DNA traces, and gait, and
others. Not only have research tools been developed, but a notable number of new
applications have been observed, making studies on biometrics a very stimulating but
also a challenging arena.
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