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  • 1. 8/5/2009<br />1<br />BIOMETRICAUTHENTICATION<br />By<br />07BCE095<br />DIVYA SHAH<br />
  • 2. Contents – biometric systems<br />Biometric identifiers<br />Classification of biometrics methods<br />Bio Introduction<br />metric system architecture<br />Performance evaluation<br />Signature recognition<br />Voice recognition<br />Retinal scan<br />Iris scan<br />Face-scan and facial thermo gram<br />Hand geometry<br />8/5/2009<br />2<br />
  • 3. Personal identification objects<br /><ul><li> Token-based: “something that you have”
  • 4. Knowledge-based: “something that you know”
  • 5. Biometrics-based: “something that you are”</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />3<br />
  • 6. Definition of Biometrics<br />Any automatically measurable, robust and<br /> distinctive physical characteristic or personal<br /> trait that can be used to identify an individual or verify the claimed identity <br />of an individual.<br />8/5/2009<br />4<br />Biometrics is the automatic recognition of<br />a person using distinguishing traits<br />
  • 7. Some applications<br /><ul><li>Financial security
  • 8. Physical access control,
  • 9. Benefits distribution,
  • 10. Customs and immigration,
  • 11. National ID systems,
  • 12. Voter and driver registration,
  • 13. Telecommunications </li></ul>8/5/2009<br />5<br />
  • 14. Biometric identifiers<br /><ul><li>Universality
  • 15. Uniqueness
  • 16. Stability
  • 17. Collectability
  • 18. Performance
  • 19. Acceptability
  • 20. Forge resistance</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />6<br />
  • 21. Classification of biometrics methods<br /> Static<br /><ul><li> fingerprint
  • 22. retinal scan
  • 23. iris scan
  • 24. hand geometry</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />7<br /> Dynamic<br /><ul><li> signature recognition
  • 25. speaker recognition</li></li></ul><li>Biometric system architecture<br /><ul><li>Basic modules of a biometric system
  • 26. Data acquisition
  • 27. Feature extraction
  • 28. Matching
  • 29. Decision
  • 30. Storage</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />8<br />
  • 31. Biometric system model<br />8/5/2009<br />9<br />
  • 32. Data acquisition module<br /><ul><li>Reads the biometric info from the user.
  • 33. Examples: video camera, fingerprint scanner/sensor, microphone, etc.
  • 34. All sensors in a given system must be similar to ensure recognition at any location.
  • 35. Environmental conditions may affect their performance.</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />10<br />
  • 36. Feature extraction module<br /><ul><li>Discriminating features extracted from the raw biometric data.
  • 37. Raw data transformed into small set of bytes – storage and matching.
  • 38. Various ways of extracting the features.
  • 39. Pre-processing of raw data usually necessary.</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />11<br />
  • 40. Matching module<br /><ul><li> The core of the biometric system.
  • 41. Measures the similarity of the claimant’s sample with a reference template.
  • 42. Typical methods: distance metrics, probabilistic measures, neural networks, etc.
  • 43. The result: a number known as match score.</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />12<br />
  • 44. Storage module<br /><ul><li> Maintains the templates for enrolled users.
  • 45. One or more templates for each user.
  • 46. The templates may be stored in:
  • 47. a special component in the biometric device,
  • 48. conventional computer database,
  • 49. portable memories such as smartcards.</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />13<br />
  • 50. Possible decision outcomes<br /><ul><li> A genuine individual is accepted.
  • 51. A genuine individual is rejected (error).
  • 52. An impostor is rejected.
  • 53. An impostor is accepted (error).</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />14<br />
  • 54. Biometric technologies<br /><ul><li>Signature recognition
  • 55. Voice recognition
  • 56. Retinal scan
  • 57. Iris scan
  • 58. Face biometrics
  • 59. Hand geometry</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />15<br />
  • 60. Signature recognition<br />Variety of characteristics can be used<br />angle of the pen<br />pressure of the pen<br />total signing time<br />velocity and acceleration<br />geometry<br />8/5/2009<br />16<br />
  • 61. Fingerprint recognition<br /><ul><li>Ridge patterns on fingers uniquely identify people.
  • 62. Classification scheme devised in 1890s.
  • 63. Major features: arch, loop, whorl.
  • 64. Each fingerprint has at least one of the major features and many ‘small’ features.</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />17<br />
  • 65. Eye biometric<br />8/5/2009<br />18<br /> Iris<br /><ul><li>colored portion of the eye surrounding the pupil.
  • 66. complex iris pattern used for identification.</li></ul> Retina<br /><ul><li>Back inside of the eye ball.
  • 67. Pattern of blood vessels used for identification.</li></li></ul><li>Speaker recognition<br /><ul><li>Linguistic and speaker dependent acoustic patterns.
  • 68. Speaker’s patterns reflect:
  • 69. anatomy (size and shape of mouth and throat),
  • 70. behavioral (voice pitch, speaking style).
  • 71. Heavy signal processing involved (spectral analysis, periodicity, etc)</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />19<br />
  • 72. Face-scan and Facial Thermograms<br /><ul><li> Static controlled or dynamic uncontrolled shots.
  • 73. Visible spectrum or infrared (thermo grams).
  • 74. Non-invasive, hands-free, and widely accepted.
  • 75. Questionable discriminatory capability.</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />20<br />
  • 76. Hand geometry<br /><ul><li> Features: </li></ul>Dimensions and shape of the hand, fingers, and knuckles as well as their relative locations.<br /><ul><li> Two images taken: One from the top and one from the side.</li></ul>8/5/2009<br />21<br />
  • 77. 8/5/2009<br />22<br />Thank you<br />

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