University of Campinas
Biometric authentication of a person is highly challenging and complex problem. A significant research effort has gone into this area and a number of research works were published, but still there is an immense shortage of accurate and robust methods and techniques. In this paper, the authors survey several important research works published in this area and they found their new technology to identify a person using multimodal physiological and behavioral biometrics. For their first stage of experimental evaluation, they used side face and gait for their experiments and they achieved around 100% recognition rate.