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Biometric Systems



W
hat is Biometrics?


Biometrics is the science of measuring physical properties of living beings.


What is Biometric Authentication?


(1) Biometric authentication is the automatic recognition of a living being using
suitable body characteristics.


(2) By me
asuring an individual's physical features in an authentication inquiry
and comparing this data with stored biometric reference data, the identity of a
specific user is determined.


What are the requirements of a biometric feature used for
authentication pu
rposes?


In the development of biometric identification systems, physical and behavioral
features for recognition are required which:

o

are as unique as possible, that is, an identical trait won't appear in
two people:


Uniqueness


o

occur in as many people as

possible:


Universality


o

don't change over time:
Permanence


o

are measurable with simple technical instruments:
Measurability


o

are easy and comfortable to measure:


User friendliness






What are the most well known biometric features used for
authenticat
ion purposes?




Biometric Trait

Description

Fingerprint

Finger lines, pore structure

Signature (dynamic)

Writing with pressure and speed differentials


Facial geometry

Distance of specific facial features (eyes, nose, mouth)

Iris

Iris pattern

Retina

Eye background (pattern of the vein structure)

Hand geometry

Measurement of fingers and palm


Finger geometry

Finger measurement

Vein structure of back of hand

Vein structure of the back of the hand

Ear form

Dimensions of the visible ear

Voice

Tone or

timbre

DNA

DNA code as the carrier of human hereditary

Odor

Chemical composition of the one's odor

Keyboard strokes

Rhythm of keyboard strokes (PC or other keyboard)




What records biometric traits?


For recording and converting biometric traits to u
sable computer data, one needs
an appropriate sensor (see table).


Of course, costs can greatly vary for different
sensors.


However, we can't forget that many technical devices already have
sensors built in, and therefore, offer possibilities to measure b
iometric features
nearly free of cost.


Biometric Trait

Sensor

Fingerprint (Minutia)

capacitive, optic, thermal, acoustic, pressure sensitive

Signature (dynamic)

Tablet

Facial Structure

Camera

Iris pattern

Camera

Retina

Camera

Hand geometry

Camera

F
inger geometry

Camera

Vein structure of the back of the Hand

Camera

Ear form

Camera

Voice (Timbre)

Microphone

DNA

Chemical Lab

Odor

Chemical sensors

Keyboard Strokes

Keyboard

Comparison: Password

Keyboard





What are the main uses of identificatio
n & verification?



Fighting Crime




Comparing evidence from a crime scene with previously or
subsequently recorded biometric data




Examples:


Fingerprint, DNA


Security






Verification of one's identity and granting authentication





E
xample:


granting access rights by voice and pass


Comfort




Identifying a person and changing personal settings accordingly




For example, setting the car seat, mirrors
, etc. by facial recognition