Department of Computer Science and It., Dr. G. Y. Pathrikar College of CS&IT, Dr. BAMU. Aurangabad,
Establishing the identity and femininity of a person is becoming critical in our vastly interconnected society. Is it really you who you are claiming to be? Or is it really that you are not the person who you are claiming not to be? The need for reliable user authentication and gender identification techniques have increased in the wake of heightened concerns about security and rapid advancement in Networking and human computer interactions. Most biometric systems deployed in real world applications are Uni-modal, i.e., single finger print, or a face or an iris, etc. These systems have to contend with a variety of limitations and problems that you can face when applying Uni-modal Biometric system. The problems such as noisy data, intra-class variations, restricted degree of freedom, non-universality, spoof attacks, and unacceptable error rates, can be addressed by deploying a multimodal biometric system. There are various scenarios that are possible in multimodal biometric data analysis, and level of fusion that are probable and the integration strategies that can be adopted to consolidate information. This special issue aims to contribute to the explanation of how Multimodal Biometric Data Analysis can help Data Science and Analysis for reliable user authentication and gender identification.
Aims and Scope:
Fusion and Privacy in Biometrics
Multimodal Biometrics Data Analysis
Data Analysis for Forensic Applications
Biometric Models improvement
Machine Vision Approach for Biometric Data Analysis