Image Matching and Biometric System: A Conceptual Review
This paper reviews about the finger print analysis and its importance in the security concept in the modern world of information technology. The utilization of fingerprints in legal science depends on a few crucial standards. The first is that, the likelihood of discovering two individuals with indistinguishable fingerprints is little. Truth be told, no two indistinguishable fingerprints have ever been discovered same.
Keywords: Image matching, fingerprint, biometric
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Monika Mishra, Nidhi Mehrishi, Varun P. Saxena. Image Matching and Biometric System: A Conceptual Review. Journal of Software Engineering Tools & Technology Trends. 2018; 5(3): 5–9p.
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