American Statistical Association

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Fingerprint-Based Recognition

    Biometric recognition, or biometrics, refers to the authentication of an individual based on her or his biometric traits. Among the various biometric traits (e.g., face, iris, fingerprint, voice), fingerprint-based authentication has the longest history, and it has been successfully adopted in both forensic and civilian applications. Advances in fingerprint capture...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Fraud Detection In Telecommunications: History And Lessons Learned

    Fraud detection is an increasingly important and difficult task in today's technological environment. As consumers are putting more of their personal information online and transacting much more business over computers, the potential for losses from fraud is in the billions of dollars, not to mention the damage done by identity...

    Provided By American Statistical Association

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Fraud Detection In Telecommunications: History And Lessons Learned

    Fraud detection is an increasingly important and difficult task in today's technological environment. As consumers are putting more of their personal information online and transacting much more business over computers, the potential for losses from fraud is in the billions of dollars, not to mention the damage done by identity...

    Provided By American Statistical Association

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Fingerprint-Based Recognition

    Biometric recognition, or biometrics, refers to the authentication of an individual based on her or his biometric traits. Among the various biometric traits (e.g., face, iris, fingerprint, voice), fingerprint-based authentication has the longest history, and it has been successfully adopted in both forensic and civilian applications. Advances in fingerprint capture...

    Provided By American Statistical Association