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miometrics can be sorted into two classes:

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masic characteristics of m   echnologies:
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 ery person should hae the characteristic. People who
are mute or without a fingerprint will need to be accommodated in some
way.

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!   Generally, no two people hae identical characteristics.
Howeer, identical twins are hard to distinguish.

‡    : he characteristics should not ary with time. A person's


face, for example, may change with age.

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: he characteristics must be easily collectible and
measurable.

‡    : he method must delier accurate results under aried


enironmental circumstances.

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: he general public must accept the sample collection
routines. Nonintrusie methods are more acceptable.

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miometric deices consist of a reader or scanning deice


software that conerts the gathered information into digital
form, and a database that stores the biometric data with
comparison with existing records.

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A sample of the biometric trait is captured, processed by a


computer, and stored for later comparison.

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n this mode biometric system authenticates a person¶s


claimed identity from their preiously enrolled pattern.