human biometric sensor interaction (HBSI) model

Much of our research is focused on how humans interact with a biometric system. In 2004, Dr. Elliott and Eric Kukula developed a metric to compensate for all the possible interactions within a presentation made by the human to a biometric system. It is called the Human Biometric Sensor Interaction model and is used quite heavily to this do in the ICBR. It has evolved over time with different biometrics and technologies that have developed. You can see the most current model below.

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