A Multimodal Biometric System Using Fingerprints, Face and Speech
Authors: Anil K. Jain, Lin Hong, Y. Kulkarni

Date: March 1999
Publication: 2nd International Conference on Audio and Video-based Biometric Person Authentication
Page(s): 182 - 187
Source 1: http://www.cse.msu.edu/rgroups/biometrics/Publications/Fingerprint/MSU-CPS-98-32.pdf

Abstract or Summary:
A biometric system which relies only on a single biometric identifier in making a personal identification is often not able to meet the desired performance requirements. Identification based on multiple biometrics represents an emerging trend. We introduce a multimodal biometric system, which integrates face recognition, fingerprint verification, and speaker verification in making a personal identification. This system takes advantage of capabilities of each individual biometrics. It can be used to overcome some of the limitations of a single biometrics. Preliminary experimental results demonstrate that the identity established by such an integrated system is more reliable than the identity established by a face recognition system, a fingerprint verification system, and a fingerprint verification system.

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