Publication detail

Biometric Security Systems: Robustness of the Fingerprint and Speech Technologies

DRAHANSKÝ, M., ORSÁG, F.

Original Title

Biometric Security Systems: Robustness of the Fingerprint and Speech Technologies

English Title

Biometric Security Systems: Robustness of the Fingerprint and Speech Technologies

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper deals with the combination of more biometric technologies for access systems at the beginning and describes the rules for combination of different biometric systems. Pros and cons of biometric systems are discussed too. Further, design of the biometric security system is introduced. The proposal of this system allows the generation of biometric keys, which can be used for cryptographic purposes. The theoretical estimations of fingerprint and speech robustness (entropy) are described in the end. In conclusion section is discussed the practical usage and problems of this system.

English abstract

This paper deals with the combination of more biometric technologies for access systems at the beginning and describes the rules for combination of different biometric systems. Pros and cons of biometric systems are discussed too. Further, design of the biometric security system is introduced. The proposal of this system allows the generation of biometric keys, which can be used for cryptographic purposes. The theoretical estimations of fingerprint and speech robustness (entropy) are described in the end. In conclusion section is discussed the practical usage and problems of this system.

Keywords

biometric, security, system, cryptography, robustness

RIV year

2004

Released

22.06.2004

Location

Calgary

Pages from

99

Pages to

103

Pages count

5

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT17116,
  author="Martin {Drahanský} and Filip {Orság}",
  title="Biometric Security Systems: Robustness of the Fingerprint and Speech Technologies",
  annote="This paper deals with the combination of more biometric technologies for access systems at the beginning and describes the rules for combination of different biometric systems. Pros and cons of biometric systems are discussed too. Further, design of the biometric security system is introduced. The proposal of this system allows the generation of biometric keys, which can be used for cryptographic purposes. The theoretical estimations of fingerprint and speech robustness (entropy) are described in the end. In conclusion section is discussed the practical usage and problems of this system.",
  booktitle="BT 2004 - International Workshop on Biometric Technologies",
  chapter="17116",
  year="2004",
  month="june",
  pages="99--103",
  type="conference paper"
}