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(2009) A Definitional Framework for the Human-Biometric Sensor Interaction Model

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Existing definitions for biometric testing and ...

Existing definitions for biometric testing and
evaluation do not fully explain errors in a biometric system. This paper provides a definitional framework for the Human
Biometric-Sensor Interaction (HBSI) model. This paper proposes six new definitions based around two classifications of
presentations, erroneous and correct. The new terms are: defective interaction (DI), concealed interaction (CI), false interaction (FI), failure to detect (FTD), failure to extract
(FTX), and successfully acquired samples (SAS). As with all definitions, the new terms require a modification to the general biometric model.

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(2009) A Definitional Framework for the Human-Biometric Sensor Interaction Model (2009) A Definitional Framework for the Human-Biometric Sensor Interaction Model Document Transcript