NIST Evaluation of Fingerprint SDK
NIST evaluates biometric systems according to the following operational model: 1. A template is created for each target element t in set T. The successful creation of a template is considered a successful enrollment, otherwise the is considered an enrollment failure. 2. Each image q in set Q is compared to each successfully generated template (i.e., all query elements are pair wise compared against all target elements). For each comparison, the score representing the similarity between the images is recorded. The score is assumed to be a floating-point number that represents the similarity between the images. Higher scores indicate similar biometric signatures, lower scores dissimilar ones. A predetermined null similarity score (typically zero) would be used given a system error, such as failure to enroll the target or query signature. NIST Fingerprint SDK Evaluation
Common Developer Issues of a Standard Fingerprint SDK
- What constitutes a good fingerprint scan? What constitutes a bad fingerprint scan?
- How to save extracted minutiae
- How to load the information back from the stored location
- How to encrypt/decrypt fingerprint data
- How to establish a transmit comparison requests across a network to facilitate a client/server topology
- How to associate multiple prints for a single individual
- How to convert a 1:1 (verificiation) comparison functionality and build it into a 1:N (identification) solution
- Reliability of the comparisons against larger population sizes
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M2SYS biometric fingerprint technology provides biometric fingerprint SDK alternative software and hardware for biometric fingerprint identification, biometric fingerprint authentication, and fingerprint recognition systems. Because the M2SYS biometric fingerprint software / Fingerprint SDK is a fully developed fingerprint software system, it enables developers to avoid the headache associated with a fingerprint SDK.
M2SYS fingerprint biometrics products are designed using the latest biometric fingerprint technology in every fingerprint sensor and fingerprint SDK integration software solution. A few of the M2SYS achievements include designing a biometric ActiveX bridge, a robust CITRIX fingerprint software system for integration, database compatibility with Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, SAP, PeopleSoft, and several custom fingerprint APIs or fingerprint SDKs.
M2SYS biometric fingerprint software called Bio-Plugin is a fingerprint SDK alternative designed for use with any software application or network where a biometric fingerprint identification system is required. Examples include law enforcement software such as jail management systems and inmate identification software, and also healthcare software and financial software that require high-level biometric security.
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