Biometrics and Identity Management: First European Workshop, BIOID 2008, Roskilde, Denmark, May 7-9, 2008, Revised Selected Papers

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Ben Schouten, Niels Christian Juul, Andrzej Drygajlo, Massimo Tistarelli
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 18, 2008 - Computers - 257 pages
A key driving factor for biometrics is the widespread national and international depl- ment of biometric systems that has been initiated in the past two years and is about to accelerate. While nearly all current biometric deployments are government-led and pr- cipally concerned with national security and border control scenarios, it is now apparent that the widespread availability of biometrics in everyday life will also spin out an ev- increasing number of (private) applications in other domains. Crucial to this vision is the management of the user’s identity, which does not only imply the creation and update of a biometric template, but requires the development of instruments to properly handle all the data and operations related to the user identity. COST Action 2101 on Biometrics for Identity Documents and Smart Cards has - erated as a valuable and effective platform for close collaboration of European sci- tists from academia and industry researching biometrics for identity documents and smartcards. This has led to the continuous advances achieved in various classes of biometrics and their implementations in the identity management domain. These c- tributions to knowledge in this field were first presented at the First European Wo- shop on Biometrics and Identity Management (BioID 2008) organized in Roskilde, Denmark during May 7–9, 2008.
 

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Contents

QualityBased Score Normalization and Frame Selection for VideoBased Person Authentication
1
Face Quality Assessment System in Video Sequences
10
On Quality of Quality Measures for Classification
19
Definition of Fingerprint Scanner Image Quality Specifications by Operational Quality
29
Application to Biometric Template Reduction
37
Bosphorus Database for 3D Face Analysis
47
3D Face Recognition Benchmarks on the Bosphorus Database with Focus on Facial
57
Identity Management in Face Recognition Systems
67
Advanced Studies on Reproducibility of Biometric Hashes
150
Additive Block Coding Schemes for Biometric Authentication with the DNA Data
160
Template Protection for OnLine SignatureBased Recognition Systems
170
Direct Attacks Using Fake Images in Iris Verification
181
Evaluating Systems Assessing FaceImage Compliance with ICAOISO Standards
191
Automatic Evaluation of Stroke Slope
200
Biometric System Based on Voice Recognition Using Multiclassifiers
206
Multimodal Biometric Data Acquisition Platform and Security System
216

Discriminant Nonnegative Matrix Factorization and Projected Gradients for Frontal Face Verification
82
Discrimination Effectiveness of Speech Cepstral Features
91
Multimodal Speaker Identification Based on Text and Speech
100
A Palmprint Verification System Based on Phase Congruency Features
110
Some Unusual Experiments with PCABased Palmprint and Face Recognition
120
An Empirical Comparison of Individual Machine Learning Techniques in Signature and Fingerprint Classification
130
An Application to Signature
140
Nineteen Urgent Research Topics in Biometrics and Identity Management
228
European Perspective
236
Accessibility of Unsupervised Biometric Systems
245
Nothing to Hide Biometrics Privacy and Private Sphere
247
Author Index
258
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