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The process of recognizing a human being using one or more inherent physical traits. For example, one may identify a criminal using his/her fingerprints. Biometric products are used for a variety of government and commercial purposes, often for security.
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Increasingly popular building security system technology that relies on automated identification of physical characteristics such as fingerprints or retinal scans in order to determine access rights.The technology and the cost have both reached the point that consumer-level biometric security devices are available,such as for use in self-storage facilities and residences.Access codes, keys, and electronic cards are becoming outdated. Developers should bear this in mind when designing new construction and spend a minor amount of extra money necessary for wiring to accommodate biometric systems.

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There are no previous research stating the improvement of biometrical parameters of Piaractus mesopotamicus, the most produced native species in Argentinian aquaculture, by the administration of autochthonous probiotics.
Yuh, "Omnibus two-sample test procedures with randomly censored data," Biometrical Journal, vol.
Therefore, the up-dating of the electoral list is relatively smoothly carried out, and the operation for the replacement of the IDs with biometrical ones is in course, in which every one must individually apply for and take one's personal documents after an overall check of the presented data.
Among their topics are self-organizing maps, network management focused on a client computer, a hardware approach to cryptography performance, fast face detector and recognition for biometrical security systems, the word-oriented stream cipher Morpheus, and preserving data authenticity in wireless sensor networks.
By commenting the increase of the Budget with the intensive charge of fees, professor Ana Pavlovska-Danova estimates in Utrinski vesnik that it is unfortunate that with the large corruption, bad auditor reports, millions spent of national money, collecting lump-sums of same individuals, irregularly carried out tender etc, the government decided to fill up the budget with the enormous fees from unprincipled pedestrians, drivers, street smokers, owners of house with no facade, citizens with no biometrical identification cards etc.
All biometrical measurements of the reconstructed images of the bones were automatically calculated by this program to analyze statistically.
[8] Steel RG and JH Torrie Principles and procedures of statistics: A biometrical approach.
The current and future use of biometrical data, such as fingerprinting and facial scanning will further facilitate the IEC to flush out any multiple entrants in the system.
[16] Steel, R.G.D., and Torrie, J.H., 1980, "Principal and procedures of statistics: A biometrical approach," McGraw Hill Book Co.