Sorin Soviany, Sorin Puscoci, Virginia Sandulescu, Cristina Soviany
A biometric security model for mobile applications is defined. It is a low-complexity design with a security architecture including 2 biometric traits (fingerprint and iris). The fingerprint processing for feature generation is optimized on the mobile device, but the iris template optimization is performed on server. In both cases, the feature space is transformed to provide a suitable trade-off performance vs. complexity for a properly reduced dimensionality. The matching is based on a target-vs.-non-target classification in order to meet the requirements of an identification process in which only a target identity must be recognized. The target identity belongs to the mobile device owner.
security model, feature, data fusion, mobile application
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Sorin Soviany, Sorin Puscoci, Virginia Sandulescu, Cristina Soviany. (2018) A Biometric Security Model for Mobile Applications. International Journal of Communications, 3, 85-92