Odour User Interface for Authentication: Possibility and Acceptance: Case Study

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Executive Summary

Historically, some new technologies are faced with rejection or acceptance. So researchers developed TAM (Technology Acceptance Model). TAM depends upon the user perception of the easiness and benefits. Authentication plays an important role in everyone's lives as everyone uses it every day. Odour, as a biometric technique, has some important characteristics, mainly, it is faster and easier since users will be not involved with unfamiliar interfaces such as typing password, signing or even deliberate exposing some part of the body. Odour field is still under development and needs a lot of work.

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