Multimodal access control: A review of emerging mechanisms
- APCASE Foundation 2017
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- Conference Proceeding
- 5th Asia-pacific conference on computer aided systems engineering, 2017, pp. 46 - 49
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One way to accomplish authentication is for a computer system to imple-ment a mechanism that allows access to critical information available through this system. In this context, critical information refers to contents of private data, access to a physical place, or access to a specific service. Often, advancements of technol-ogy lead to easier compromise of current biometrics, like fingerprint, voice, and retinal authentication. This review paper focuses on presenting and comparing emerging biometric modalities. Furthermore, it suggests a fusion of multiple meth-ods that can enable a more secure multimodal biometric access control system.
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