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The European standard for access control imposes stringent performance requirements on commercial biometric technologies that few existing recognition systems are able to meet. In this correspondence paper, we present the first mouse dynamics biometric recognition system that fulfills this standard. The proposed system achieves notable performance improvement by developing separate models for separate feature groups involved. The improvements are achieved through the use of a fuzzy classification based on the Learning Algorithm for Multivariate Data Analysis and using a score-level fusion scheme to merge corresponding biometric scores. Evaluation of the proposed framework using mouse data from 48 users achieves a false acceptance rate of 0% and a false rejection rate of 0.36%.
Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans, IEEE Transactions on (Volume:40 , Issue: 6 )
Biometrics Compendium, IEEE
Date of Publication: Nov. 2010