An AFIS candidate list centric fingerprint likelihood ratio model based on morphometric and spatial analyses (MSA)

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New Trends and Developments in Biometrics, 2012, 1, pp. 221-250
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The use of fingerprints for identification purposes boasts worldwide adoption for a large variety of applications, from governance centric applications such as border control to personalised uses such as electronic device authentication. In addition to being an inexpensive and widely used form of biometric for authentication systems, fingerprints are also recognised as an invaluable biometric for forensic identification purposes such as law enforcement and disaster victim identification. Since the very first forensic applications, fingerprints have been utilised as one of the most commonly used form of forensic evidence worldwide.
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