Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Recent Advances in Biometrics

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Muhammad Sarfraz
Muhammad Sarfraz

Kuwait University,
Kuwait

Published27 July 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.97986

ISBN978-1-80355-457-0

Print ISBN978-1-80355-456-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-80355-458-7

Copyright year2022

Number of pages236

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

1. Introductory Chapter: On Biometrics with Iris

By Muhammad Sarfraz and Nourah Alfialy

135
2. Biometric-Based Human Recognition Systems: An Overview

By David Palma and Pier Luca Montessoro

450
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3. Assessment of How Users Perceive the Usage of Biometric Technology Applications

By Taban Habibu, Edith Talina Luhanga and Anael Elikana Sam

122
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4. Behavioral Biometrics: Past, Present and Future

By Mridula Sharma and Haytham Elmiligi

591
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5. Biometrics of Aquatic Animals

By Mahmoud M.S. Farrag

212
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7. Quantum Biometrics

By Iannis Kominis, Michail Loulakis and Özgur E. Müstecaplıoğlu

146
9. Image Acquisition for Biometric: Face Recognition

By Siddharth B. Dabhade, Nagsen S. Bansod, Yogesh S. Rode, Narayan P. Bhosale, Prapti D. Deshmukh and Karbhari V. Kale

241
10. Your Vital Signs as Your Password?

By Hind Alrubaish and Nazar Saqib

93
11. A Voice Signal Filtering Methods for Speaker Biometric Identification

By Eugene Fedorov, Tetyana Utkina and Tetyana Neskorodeva

205

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