Dermatological Disorder a Hindrance for Biometric Fingerprint Authentication

T. Rudra, David Tien, S. Sahoo

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Abstract

This paper raises one of the critical issues in using finger print impression in biometric scanners for identity authentication. Human finger prints can be used in numerous identity verification and authentication applications ranging from airport security check to credit card purchases. The authors of this paper believe that it is vital for finger print scanning biometric devices to cater for seasonal dermatological changes in a large number of individuals across the world.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication5th ICITA 2008
EditorsManolya KAVAKLI
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherMacquarie Scientific Press
Pages701-704
Number of pages4
ISBN (Electronic)9780980326727
Publication statusPublished - 2008
EventInternational Conference on Information Technology and Applications - Cairns, Australia, Australia
Duration: 23 Jun 200826 Jun 2008

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on Information Technology and Applications
CountryAustralia
Period23/06/0826/06/08

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Biometrics
Authentication
Airport security
Scanning

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Rudra, T., Tien, D., & Sahoo, S. (2008). Dermatological Disorder a Hindrance for Biometric Fingerprint Authentication. In M. KAVAKLI (Ed.), 5th ICITA 2008 (pp. 701-704). Australia: Macquarie Scientific Press.
Rudra, T. ; Tien, David ; Sahoo, S. / Dermatological Disorder a Hindrance for Biometric Fingerprint Authentication. 5th ICITA 2008. editor / Manolya KAVAKLI. Australia : Macquarie Scientific Press, 2008. pp. 701-704
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Rudra, T, Tien, D & Sahoo, S 2008, Dermatological Disorder a Hindrance for Biometric Fingerprint Authentication. in M KAVAKLI (ed.), 5th ICITA 2008. Macquarie Scientific Press, Australia, pp. 701-704, International Conference on Information Technology and Applications, Australia, 23/06/08.

Dermatological Disorder a Hindrance for Biometric Fingerprint Authentication. / Rudra, T.; Tien, David; Sahoo, S.

5th ICITA 2008. ed. / Manolya KAVAKLI. Australia : Macquarie Scientific Press, 2008. p. 701-704.

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Rudra T, Tien D, Sahoo S. Dermatological Disorder a Hindrance for Biometric Fingerprint Authentication. In KAVAKLI M, editor, 5th ICITA 2008. Australia: Macquarie Scientific Press. 2008. p. 701-704