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Image Quality and Minutiae Count Comparison for Genuine and Artificial Fingerprints

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The vulnerabilities of biometric sensors have been discussed extensively in the literature and popularized in films and television shows. This research examines the image quality of an artificial print as compared to a genuine finger, and examines the characteristics of the two, including minutiae counts and image quality, as repeated samples are taken.

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Security Technology, 2007 41st Annual IEEE International Carnahan Conference on

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8-11 Oct. 2007