Fingerprint

  • Journal

    (IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol. 10, No. 3, March 2012 An Efficient Automatic Attendance System Using Fingerprint Reconstruction Technique Josphineleela.R Dr.M.Ramakrishnan Research scholar Department of Computer Science and Engineering Sathyabamauniversity Chennai,India ilanleela@yahoo.com Professor/HOD-IT Velammal Engineering College Chennai,India ramkrishod@gmail.com Abstract— Biometric time and attendance system is one

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  • Fingerprinting

    has different patterns on the tips of the fingers, and these fingerprints became the standard for identification. However, the finger patterns can be altered by surgery or other means. DNA within living cells is difficult to alter. Sir Alec Jeffreys at the University of Leicester invented genetic printing in the mid 1980s. The DNA profile is similar to a fingerprint, existing only for that person. Jeffreys coined the term DNA fingerprint and envisioned its powerful use. A single hair, a drop of

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  • 指纹识别

    Fingerprint identification has been around for a long time. Dating back to 1856, Sir William Hershel began using fingerprints by requiring people to not only sign business contracts but to impress their hand on the back of the contract. In the beginning, his intentions were not directed at personal identification. The print was simply used to frighten him out of all thought of repudiating him signature (The History of Fingerprints). As Hershel s fingerprint collection grew, he began to note that

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  • Fingerprint Attendance System

    Investigation into Biometric Technologies and the Development of a Fingerprint Recognition Application . . . . . . . . . . Note: Incomplete, this document is currently in draft Abstract This preliminary document covers the presentation phase of a final year BSc (Hons) computing science project aiming to investigate biometric technologies and develop a fingerprint recognition application to allow logging of student attendance at lectures. The introduction offers some background

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  • National Conference on Research Trends in Computer Science and Technology

    International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering Volume 3, Issue (1) NCRTCST, ISSN 2249 –071X National Conference on Research Trends in Computer Science and Technology - 2012 Implementation of ATM Security by Using Fingerprint recognition and GSM PENNAM KRISHNAMURTHY (M.Tech) Email: ecemurthy@gmail.com MR. M. MADDHUSUDHAN REDDDY M.TECH Email: maddhusudhanreddi@gmail.com Abstract - The main objective of this system is to develop an embedded system, which is used

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  • Fingerprinting Forensics

    Fingerprinting Forensics Fingerprints are one of the most important things that link a suspect with a crime scene. Colin Beavan says, “Every human being carries with him his cradle to his grave certain physical marks which do not change their character, and by which he can always be identified - and that without shade of doubt or question. These marks are his signature, his physiological autograph, so to speak, and his autograph can not be

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  • Two Different Area Where the Fingerprint Identify System Be Used

    Two Different Area Where The Fingerprint Identify System Be Used One of the area that used fingerprint scanner is in Hospital. This technology could help with the complex issue of positive patient identification. The first implementation of fingerprint identification was a standalone system in a single methadone clinic. It was that the hospital system had an opportunity to work out some of the initial issue with the system and to watch the technology mature, according to Catholic Health System Vice

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  • Essay

    personal characteristics. Biometric devices grant users access to programs, systems, or rooms by analyzing some biometric identifier, such as a fingerprint or eye pattern. Two commonly used types of biometric security devices are fingerprint readers and iris recognition systems. A fingerprint reader captures the curves and indentations of a fingerprint. Fingerprint readers can be set up to perform different functions for different fingers. Iris recognition systems read patterns in the iris of the eye.

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  • Google

    Wireless Fingerprint Based College Attendance System Using Zigbee Technology Gunjan Talaviya, Rahul Ramteke, A.K.Shete Abstract— In this paper we propose a system that takes attendance of student and maintaining its records in an academic institute automatically. Manually taking the attendance and maintaining it for a long time makes it difficult task as well as wastes a lot of time. For this reason an efficient system is designed. This system takes attendance with the help of a fingerprint sensor

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  • Fingerprints

    Sherman Alexie ENG 150 – Critical Analysis Assignment Fingerprints Recently, I was introduced to a man named Sherman Alexie. See, what I liked about Sherman from the beginning was the dissimilarity we shared. Too often, as a society we get so caught up in the bait of commonality that we forget it’s the differences that make us individuals. His family was not like mine. The significant values that shape a young man’s life, like Sherman’s and mine, were founded on different life experiences

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  • Biometric

    the person. In the past Human beings used fingerprint to identity for signature. Biometric technology looks like a revolution for modern society for example, Iris and AFIS (Automatic Finger Print Identification System). Although fingerprint has a good feature to identify people but I will argue that iris system has shown the best performance to do the required purpose of scanning and identification more accurately than fingerprint. Reliability Fingerprint is a biometric device by which the people

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  • Student Attendance with Fingerprint

    recording attendance, including: magnetic swipe cards, voice recognition, facial recognition, signature recognition, fingerprint recognition, and more. The most important features of the technologies were speed, reliability, security, durability, and cost. It was concluded that fingerprint recognition was the technology that best suited all of the requirements. After selecting fingerprint technology on which to base the attendance system, the design and implementation phase was ready to begin. During

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  • Easiest Way to Catch a Criminal

    it leaves a fingerprint on it due to sweat from your oil glands. Just like DNA it has its flaws. A fingerprint can always be smeared. And a black powder is used to pick up the print and if too much is used the print can be ruined. Fingerprints are unique when it comes to crime detection. No two people have been found to have the same fingerprints. They are totally unique. There’s a one in 64 billion chance that your fingerprint will match up exactly with someone else’s. Fingerprints are even more

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  • Criminal Identification Process

    Criminal Identification Procedures Fingerprint and palm print, Camera and wiretap surveillance Everything in life evolves and takes another form. Crime is no exception it does the same thing as well. Crime is changing in the modern world we live in today and criminals are more sophisticated and intelligent then before. The computer world has brought many technological

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  • Fingerprint

    Student Attendance System Based On Fingerprint Recognition and One-to-Many Matching A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering by Rishabh Mishra (Roll no. 107cs016) and Prashant Trivedi (Roll no. 107cs015) Under the guidance of : Prof. B. Majhi Department of Computer Science and Engineering National Institute of Technology Rourkela Rourkela-769 008, Orissa, India 2 . Dedicated

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  • Fingerprint

    Operating System – CS 407 Spring 2014 (BE (CS)) Course contents Overview of Operating System Objectives and functions of operating system A brief overview of computer architecture Concept of process States of process; Process control block; Address space Threads and processes Concept of threads; context of a thread Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP) Microkernel architecture of Operating system Concurrency, Mutual exclusion and Synchronization Principles of concurrency Hardware

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  • Electronic Daily Time Record

    designed. This system takes attendance electronically with the help of a finger print device and the records of the attendance are stored in a database. Attendance is marked after student identification. For student identification, a biometric (fingerprint) identification based system is used. This process however, eliminates the need for stationary materials and personnel for the keeping of records. Eighty candidates were used to test the system and success rate of 94% was recorded. The manual attendance

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  • Access Granted

    identifier, such as a fingerprint, into a digital code that is compared with a digital code stored in a computer. If the digital code in the computer matches the personal characteristic code, the computer grants access. Examples of biometric devices include fingerprint readers and face recognition systems. A fingerprint reader, or scanner, captures curves and indentions of a fingerprint. Organizations use fingerprint readers to secure doors, computers, and software. For example, a fingerprint reader can be

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  • Fingerprints

    Fingerprints Fingerprints have always been a form of identification. This is probably the reason why fingerprints have supplanted most methods of identifying criminals that deny ever being arrested or even committing the crime. Identifying fingerprints has become a science and it also stands out to many other forensic sciences ( www.onin.com). The science of fingerprints, has helped many governments around the world, presenting them with correct discovery of criminals There are millions of people

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  • Multi Resolution Touch Pannel for Fingerpint Sensing

    Multi Resolution Touch Panel with Built-in Fingerprint Sensing Support Pranav Koundinya+ , Sandhya Theril+ , Tao Feng† ,Varun Prakash† , Jiming Bao+ and Weidong Shi† pnkoundinya@uh.edu+ , sandhyapt@gmail.com+ , dionysusheero@gmail.com† , vsprakash@uh.edu‡ , jbao@central.uh.edu+ ,wshi3@central.uh.edu† Department of Computer Science† ,Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering+ University of Houston, 4800 Calhoun Road, Houston, TX 77004, U.S.A Abstract—In today’s technology driven world

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  • Fingerprint

    That, I approached Jimboy Dela Torre, tried to talk with him to calm down, but instead of heeding, he faced upon me, throws punches hitting on my face and head that caused me outbalance and hammered into the concrete pavement. Still not contended, he kicked me several times until I became unconscious. Afterwhich, suspect fled off to unknown direction; That, I was rushed unconscious by my brother, Gaudencio Ganeron, who witnessed the incident to Kapalong District Hospital for medical attention

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  • Student Attendance System Using Fingerprint

    Title: STUDENT’S ATTENDANCE SYSTEM USING FINGERPRINT TECHNOLOGY by FARAHANUM BT MASRUNI (2004219959) FACULTY OF INFORMATION TECNOLOGY AND QUANTITATIVE SCIENCES BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (Hons) IN DATA COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKING Approved by the examining committee: ……………………………….. ( En. Syamsul Ariffin b Yahaya ) Project Supervisor ……………………………….. ( En. Farok b Azmat ) Project Examiner MARA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SHAH ALAM MAY 2006 CERTIFICATION OF ORIGINALITY This is to certify

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  • Student

    Sensors 2012, 12, 3418-3437; doi:10.3390/s120303418 OPEN ACCESS sensors ISSN 1424-8220 www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors Article Improving Fingerprint Verification Using Minutiae Triplets Miguel Angel Medina-P´ rez 1,2,⋆ , Milton Garc´a-Borroto 1 , e ı Andres Eduardo Gutierrez-Rodr´guez 1 and Leopoldo Altamirano-Robles 2 ı ´ ´ Centro de Bioplantas, Universidad de Ciego de Avila, Carretera a Mor´ n km 9, Ciego de Avila , o C.P. 69450, Cuba 2 ´ Instituto Nacional de Astrof´sica, Optica y Electr´

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  • Fingerprint

    dapat didekripsi oleh kunci lainnya tersebut. Pengirim mengenskripsi pesan dengan kunci publik penerima. Pada saat menerima pesan, penerima menggunakan kunci privatnya untuk mendeskripsinya. 2.5 MESIN PENDETEKSI SIDIK JARI 2.5.1 Pengertian Fingerprint Fingerprinting adalah salah satu bentuk biometrik, sebuah ilmu yang menggunakan karakteristik fisik penduduk untuk mengidentifikasi sidik jari . Pemindai biometrik adalah alat yang menggunakan data biometrik untuk mengidentifikasi

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  • Charactristcs

    Introduction to Forensics In these next few paragraphs I will list and explain the three fingerprint ridge patterns and what are the three types of fingerprints investigators may find at crime scenes. And I will also describe I.A.F.I.S. include Live scan technology and the procedure Live scan has replaced. Hopefully after reading you will have a better understanding of the topics. Fingerprints are supposed to be the most important proof against any crime as they are unique to each person

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  • Biometrics

    Optimization of biometric Fingerprint Recognition parameters using Genetic Algorithms Report submitted for CPSC - 6126 Fall 2014 Term Paper By Krishna Sindhuri Nagavolu 13th December, 2014 Optimization  of  biometric  fingerprint  recognition  parameters  using   Genetic  Algorithms   Abstract This research paper discusses about parameter optimization for biometric fingerprint recognition with the use of genetic algorithms. An accurate access control system

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  • Communication and Technology

    CJA 304 September 9, 2013 Michael O'C   Communication and Technology Specialized databases in the criminal justice system According to "History of Fingerprints" (n.d.), in 1901, Sir Edward Henry, an Inspector General of Police in Bengal, India, develops the first system of classifying fingerprints. This system of classifying fingerprints was first adopted as the official system in England, and eventually spread throughout the world. Since then there has been an enormous leap forward on the

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  • Fingerprints

    Emma Elliott CRJ 202 Mr. Scott March 11, 14 Fingerprints For over a century, law enforcement agencies, forensic laboratories, and penal courts worldwide have used fingerprint impressions as reliable and conclusive evidence to identify perpetrators of criminal activity. Although fingerprint identification has been repeatedly proven as one of the most robust and definite forensic techniques, a measure of the rate at which latent fingerprints degrade over time has not been established effectively

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  • Technology and Communication

    Technology and Communication Even though technology is growing and can create imperfections in databases, technological advances will allow our law enforcement to work more efficiently. The Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) can find a single fingerprint from a massive database of fingerprints, and Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs) are powerful computerized tools in law enforcement vehicles. Technological advances will allow our law enforcement to work more efficiently. There are many technological

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  • How Has the Development of Fingerprinting Techniques in Forensics Increased the Succession Rate of Convicting Criminals from the Period of 1890-1950?

    use of the police force revolutionised how crime investigations were conducted, via the work of the forensic scientists, or also known as ‘forensic officers’. This work would consist of collecting evidence from a crime scene such as looking for fingerprints on either a suspected murder weapon used by the murder or on a touchable surface which is in the crime scene where the suspect laid their hand on. Furthermore this collectivisation of evidence from the crime scene could mean collecting; foreign

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  • Atm Security Enhancement

    International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering Volume 3, Issue (1) NCRTCST, ISSN 2249 –071X National Conference on Research Trends in Computer Science and Technology - 2012 Implementation of ATM Security by Using Fingerprint recognition and GSM PENNAM KRISHNAMURTHY (M.Tech) MR. M. MADDHUSUDHAN REDDDY M.TECH Email: ecemurthy@gmail.com Email: maddhusudhanreddi@gmail.com Abstract - The main objective of this system is to develop an embedded system, which

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  • Access Granted

    such as a fingerprint, into a digital code that is compared with a digital code stored in a computer. If the digital code in the computer matches the personal characteristic code, the computer grants access. Examples of biometric devices include fingerprint radars and face recognition systems. A fingerprint reader, or scanner, captures curves and indentations of a fingerprint. Organizations use fingerprint readers to secure doors, computers, and software. For example, a fingerprint reader can be

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  • Accese Granted

    such as a fingerprint, into a digital code that is compared with a digital code stored in a computer. If the digital code in the computer matches the personal characteristic code, the computer grants access. Examples of biometric devices include fingerprint readers and face recognition systems. A fingerprint reader, or scanner, captures curves and indentions of a fingerprint. Organizations use fingerprint readers to secure doors, computers, and software. For example, a fingerprint reader can be

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  • Fingerprint Biometric Authentication for Enhancing Staff Attendance System

    International Journal of Applied Information Systems (IJAIS) – ISSN : 2249-0868 Foundation of Computer Science FCS, New York, USA Volume 5– No.3, February 2013 – www.ijais.org Fingerprint Biometric Authentication for Enhancing Staff Attendance System Oloyede Muhtahir O. Dept. of Info. and Comm. Science University of Ilorin, Ilorin. Adedoyin Adeyinka O. Dept. of Info. and Comm. Science University of Ilorin, Ilorin. ABSTRACT Biometric technology that involves the identification and

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  • Essay

    identifier, such as a fingerprint, into a code that is compared with a digital code store in a computer. If the digital code in the computer matches the personal characteristics code, the computer grants access. Examples of biometric devices include fingerprint radars and face recognition systems. A fingerprint reader, or scanner, captures curves and indentations of a (Rossi)fingerprint. Organizations use fingerprint readers to secure doors, computers, and software. For example, a fingerprint reader can set

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  • Fingerprint

    1 Learning Fingerprint Reconstruction: From Minutiae to Image Kai Cao and Anil K. Jain, Fellow, IEEE Abstract—The set of minutia points is considered to be the most distinctive feature for fingerprint representation and is widely used in fingerprint matching. It was believed that the minutiae set does not contain sufficient information to reconstruct the original fingerprint image from which minutiae were extracted. However, recent studies have shown that it is indeed possible to reconstruct

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  • Biometrics

    Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………………4 Biometrics………………………………………………………………………………………………………4 Fingerprints…………………………………………………………………………………………4 What is a Fingerprint?..........................................................................................4 Why is it used?.........................................................................................................4 What is Fingerprint Recognition?...................................................................4 Facial Recognition………………………………………………………………………………

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  • Crj 311 Week 4 Dq 2 Fingerprint Evidence

    CRJ 311 WEEK 4 DQ 2 FINGERPRINT EVIDENCE To purchase this visit following link: http://www.activitymode.com/product/crj-311-week-4-dq-2-fingerprint-evidence/ Contact us at: SUPPORT@ACTIVITYMODE.COM CRJ 311 WEEK 4 DQ 2 FINGERPRINT EVIDENCE CRJ 311 WEEK 4 DQ 2 FINGERPRINT EVIDENCE To purchase this visit following link: http://www.activitymode.com/product/crj-311-week-4-dq-2-fingerprint-evidence/ Contact us at: SUPPORT@ACTIVITYMODE.COM CRJ 311 WEEK 4 DQ 2 FINGERPRINT EVIDENCE CRJ 311

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  • Finger Prints

    Fingerprints Fingerprint is an impression of marking something superficial by the last joint of the thumb or other finger(s). Fingerprint identification is one of the most distinguished biometrics. It has been used for so many years for its efficiency and reliability. This type of identification is used by law enforcement and immigration. FBI (2013). Fingerprints helps to see if the suspect’s has been arrested or had any other convictions before. It also helps to recognize missing people, amnesia

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  • Introduction to Fingerprint Based Student Attendance

    authentication is to provide security to users and detect imposters in terms of users physiological (e.g. fingerprint, face, iris, hand) or behavioural characteristics (e.g. speech, keystroke dynamics). Owing to the unique biometric characteristic that every person possesses, utilization of the same can be done in a form of identity access management. Ever since their inception, Fingerprint based biometric authentication and verification systems have gained immense popularity and acceptance

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  • Design and Implementation of a Bio-Metric (Fingerprint) Clocking System

    consuming and as well prone to errors. As an alternative to the traditional manual clocking process by staff in offices, biometrics characteristics can be used for authenticating staff. This research will focus on developing a Fingerprint based Biometric Clocking System.  The fingerprint Biometrics is adopted in this research work due to the fact that it is one of the most successful applications of biometric technology. In the manual signing processes, where a sheet of paper is placed at the entrance of

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  • Finerprint Analysis

    Fingerprint controversy Donald E Mabesoone Com215 April 1, 2014 University Of Phoenix Fingerprint controversy I. Introduction a. A look into fingerprint analysis b. defining science and pseudoscience c. explain purpose of paper- fingerprinting gone awry II. Mayfield a. 2004 Madrid Spain bombing b. ACE-V method of fingerprint analysis c. FBI point of comparison d. SNP point of comparison III. Bryan Strong a. a forensic examiner questioning

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  • Anatomy of Fingerprints

    Anatomy of Fingerprints The two fundamental principles of fingerprint identification are that fingerprints are permanent and unique in its nature. This states that fingerprints never change and no two fingerprints are the same (The Basics of Fingerprint Science, 2014). Fingerprints attain their unalterable shape before birth and remain the same for a lifetime unless a permanent scar appears. That is why fingerprints are accepted as a substantial proof of identity which is exclusive to their owner

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  • Thesis

    3. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 4. RELEASE NOTES 4.1 XTF Templates 4.2 Changes in Documentation and Header Files 4.3 Sample Code for Delphi 6 4.4 U.are.U 4000B Fingerprint Reader Support 5. KNOWN ISSUES 5.1 Installation on NT4 Computers 5.2 Windows NT4 Multiple Fingerprint Readers Support 5.3 Windows Server 2003 SP1 5.4 Windows Users in the Local Database 5.5 Installation of DigitalPersona Pro Workstation 3.2.1 over DigitalPersona Platinum software

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  • A Fingerprint Based Biometric Authentication and Identification System for Time and Attendance Management

    A FINGERPRINT BASED BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION AND IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM FOR TIME AND ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT ABSTRACT This project is about designing a system that automates the whole process of taking attendance and maintaining its records in an academic institute. Managing people is a difficult task for most of the organizations, and maintaining the attendance record is an important factor in people management. When considering academic institutes, taking the attendance of students on daily basis

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  • Sas Based on Fingerprint

    Draft Project Proposal Form Student Name: Student No Email Address: Programme Name: Title of project: Home security system based on microcontroller Please record which modules your topic is related to: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instruction: This is the draft proposal of your FYP which needs to be submitted to the project administrator by hardcopy – refer to your timeline

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  • Request for Proposal

    Assessment of the Opportunity to Introduce Fingerprint Scanning Identification Technology at Associated Bank Request for Proposal in Assistance in the Project by Your Nam Your Nams A Research Proposal Submitted to in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course in Project Procurement Your College 2011 Letter of Transmittal This research report was submitted by Your Nam and Your Nams under the direction of the

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  • Thesis Copy

    WIRELESS FINGERPRINT BASED STUDENT ATTENDANCE SYSTEM A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering by Debidutt Acharya(10602015) and Arun Kumar Mishra(10602061) Under the guidance of Prof. Susmita Das Department of Electrical Engineering National Institute of Technology Rourkela-769008 2010 WIRELESS FINGERPRINT BASED STUDENT ATTENDANCE SYSTEM A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of

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  • Attendance

    Arun Kumar Mishra and Debidutt Acharya, “WIRELESS FINGERPRINT BASED STUDENT ATTENDANCE SYSTEM” , 2010. Biometrics is the very study of identifying a person by his/her physical traits that are inherent and unique to only the person concerned. Biometric measurement and assessment include fingerprint verification, iris recognition, palm geometry, face recognition etc. The above mentioned techniques work with different levels of functionality and accuracy. Accuracy and reliability are the

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  • Biometric Attendance System

    Attendance System (SAS) that will record the attendance of student in FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE. SAS using fingerprint technology to authenticate every student by using their fingerprint in order to get an accurate record. The fingerprint technology is cheaper and easy to implement compared to other biometrics technology. The fingerprint only authenticates the validated student. SAS with the fingerprint features can make the system secure because no student can record their attendance except to be authenticated

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