Publication detail

Fuzzy logic in Location-based Authentication

JAROŠ, D. KUCHTOVÁ, Z. KUCHTA, R. KADLEC, J.

Original Title

Fuzzy logic in Location-based Authentication

English Title

Fuzzy logic in Location-based Authentication

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The article is focused on the possibility of using fuzzy logic principles in the authentication process in a computer network environment. Fuzzy logic could play an important role in authentication techniques where the input data is unclear or inaccurate and, therefore, the result of the process will also become unclear. Examples of this can be found in processing positional information concerning the user’s location at a particular moment within the authentication process. The paper shows a possible solution to these difficulties by using a location-based authentication system which relates to the user’s biometric data.

English abstract

The article is focused on the possibility of using fuzzy logic principles in the authentication process in a computer network environment. Fuzzy logic could play an important role in authentication techniques where the input data is unclear or inaccurate and, therefore, the result of the process will also become unclear. Examples of this can be found in processing positional information concerning the user’s location at a particular moment within the authentication process. The paper shows a possible solution to these difficulties by using a location-based authentication system which relates to the user’s biometric data.

Keywords

fuzzy logic; authentication; location; biometric data

RIV year

2015

Released

20.04.2015

ISBN

978-1-61208-399-5

Book

The Tenth International Conference on Systems ICONS 2015

Pages from

19

Pages to

23

Pages count

5

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT115552,
  author="David {Jaroš} and Zdeňka {Kuchtová} and Radek {Kuchta} and Jaroslav {Kadlec}",
  title="Fuzzy logic in Location-based Authentication",
  annote="The article is focused on the possibility of using fuzzy logic principles in the authentication process in a computer network environment. Fuzzy logic could play an important role in authentication techniques where the input data is unclear or inaccurate and, therefore, the result of the process will also become unclear. Examples of this can be found in processing positional information concerning the user’s location at a particular moment within the authentication process. The paper shows a possible solution to these difficulties by using a location-based authentication system which relates to the user’s biometric data.",
  booktitle="The Tenth International Conference on Systems ICONS 2015",
  chapter="115552",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2015",
  month="april",
  pages="19--23",
  type="conference paper"
}