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  • Recognizing people based on their physiological or behavioral characteristics is the main focus of the science of biometrics. With the ever-increasing need for secure and reliable human identification methods in a highly security-conscious society spurred by recent events around the world, biometrics has surged from an interesting application of pattern-recognition techniques to a vibrant mainstream research topic over the last decade. The exponential growth of research in this area focuses on many challenging research prob-lems including evaluating new biometrics techniques, significantly improving accuracy in many existing biometrics, new sensing techniques, and large-scale system d...

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  • Recognizing people based on their physiological or behavioral characteristics is the main focus of the science of biometrics. With the ever-increasing need for secure and reliable human identification methods in a highly security-conscious society spurred by recent events around the world, biometrics has surged from an interesting application of pattern-recognition techniques to a vibrant mainstream research topic over the last decade. The exponential growth of research in this area focuses on many challenging research prob-lems including evaluating new biometrics techniques, significantly improving accuracy in many existing biometrics, new sensing techniques, and large-scale system d...