Muhammad Sarfraz

Kuwait University

Muhammad Sarfraz is a professor and director of MSIT at the Department of Information Science, Kuwait University, Kuwait. His research interests include computer graphics, computer vision, image processing, machine learning, pattern recognition, soft computing, data science, intelligent systems, information technology, and information systems. Prof. Sarfraz has been a keynote/invited speaker at various platforms around the globe. He has advised more than 85 students on their MSc and Ph.D. theses and has published more than 400 publications as books, journal articles, and conference papers. Prof. Sarfraz is a member of various professional societies, and the Chair and member of the International Advisory Committees and Organizing Committees of various international conferences. He is also editor-in-chief and editor of various international journals.

2books edited

2chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Muhammad Sarfraz

Biometrics are used widely in various real-life applications today. There are a number of potential biometric applications that include different areas such as personal recognition, identification, verification, and others. It may be needed for safety, security, permission, banking, crime prevention, forensics, medical applications, communication, face finding, and others. This book is specifically dedicated to biometric research, applications, techniques, tools, and algorithms that originate from different fields such as image processing, computer vision, pattern recognition, signal processing, artificial intelligence, intelligent systems, and soft computing. The main objective of this book is to provide the international community with an effective platform in the area of people identity verification and authentication from physiological and behavioral aspects. This publication provides an effective platform for helping and guiding readers, professionals, researchers, academicians, engineers, scientists, and policy makers involved in the area of biometrics.

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