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As defined in Computer Security Basics by O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
Biometrics is the use of a persons unique physiological, behavioral, and
morphological characteristics to provide positive personal identification.
Biometric systems that are currently avaiable today examine fingerprints,
handprints, and retina patterns. Systems that are close to biometrics but are
not classified as such are behavioral systems such as voice, signature and
keystroke systems. They test patterns of behavior not parts of the body.
It seems that in the world of biometrics that the more effective the
device, the less willing people will be to accept it. Retina pattern devices
are the most reliable but most people hate the idea of a laser shooting into
their eye. Yet something such as monitoring keystroke patters people don't mind,
but it's not nearly as effective.
Biometric verification is forecast to be a multibillion dollar marke...
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